Campanula Rotundifoila or Harebell is also known in Scotland as the bluebell. Elsewhere in Britain, bluebell refers to Hyacinthoides non-scripta, Campanula rotundifolia was historically also known by several other names including blawort, hair-bell, lady’s thimble, witch’s bells, and witch’s thimbles. Harebells are native to dry, nutrient-poor grassland and heaths in Britain. The flowers usually have five (occasionally 4, 6 or 7) pale to mid violet-blue petals fused together into a bell-shaped flower. A perennial plant, Harebell is available as seed, plug, or potted plant, flowering mid to late summer.
Harebell Campanula rotundifolia has basal leaves with purple or blue flowers. With a blooming period of mid to late summer. Harebell thrives in sandy soils such as coastal habitats and would make a good addition to rock gardens or gardens with sandier soil types.