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Can someone confirm whether this is a type of Campanula, and if so, what kind? It is approximatley 14" tall, grown in shade, zone 5.
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I can confirm that it isn't a campanula both leaves and flowers are wrong. I know I know what it is but can't remember right now!

10 Jun, 2012

 

Phyteuma of some kind? Or if you are really lucky Physoplexus comosa.

10 Jun, 2012

 

Don't know what it is but as soon as it's identified, i'll be ordering a dozen for work. Love it !!!

10 Jun, 2012

 

Not a campanula as such, but of the campanula family. Something like a phyteuma, Rampion, as Owdboggy suggests.

10 Jun, 2012

 

Could well be a phyteuma Owdb. Possibly orbiculare?

http://www.robsplants.com/plants/PhyteOrbic

In which case it is campanulaceae.

10 Jun, 2012

 

Definitely phyteuma...well it looks exactly the same as my phyteuma Phyteuma Scheuchzeri - Rampion'....just gorgeous!! much nicer than campanula!

10 Jun, 2012

 

Thank you all for your help. I believe it is likely Phyteuma Scheuchzeri. It really is a beauty!

10 Jun, 2012

 

Very welcome! :D

10 Jun, 2012

 

Glad we sorted that one and, I agree, lovely - though so are some of our campanulas.

10 Jun, 2012

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