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Prairie Wildflowers and Grasses of North Dakota

Summer Wildflowers


Craig Bihrle photo: Harebell
Craig Bihrle
  Harebell
(Campanula rotundifolia)

Distribution: statewide
Habitat: moist prairie and open woodlands
Flowers: small bell-shaped, bluish-purple
Height: 4-18 inches
Blooms: mid-June to mid-August
Family name: Bluebell (Campanulaceae)
Plant uses and other interesting facts: Similar introduced species grow in road ditches and disturbed areas. The Hairbell is the only native bluebell.


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