Clustered Bellflower Campanula glomerata has the
bell-shaped flowers of five joined petals that is a
characteristic feature of the Bluebell Family. The
violet-blue flowers in this species are clumped at the
tip of the stem unlike those of the closely-related
Creeping Bellflower Campanula rapunculoides that has
its bells all the way up one side of the stem. Both
species have escaped from gardens and grow wild along
roadsides in North America.
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