Creeping Bellflower

Campanula rapunculoides

Family Name: Bellflower (Campanulaceae)

Flower arrangement: The Creeping Bellflower is a 5 part flower. The flowers tend to droop off to one side. The flowers are a violet-blue color. The flowers do have a stalk, unlike the Clustered Bellflower. The flowers are about 1inch or 3cm long and about 1/2 inch or 2 cm wide.

Color: Blue/Violet

Leaf arrangement: Creeping Bellflowers have alternate toothed leaves. Normally a leaf will grow with every flower. The lower leaves are more egg-shaped, with a long stalk, whereas the upper leaves do not have much of a stalk and are more lanced shaped. The leaves are about 1 1/2 inches long.

**Found at Brandeis University near the Rosenstiel Biochemistry Building in mid-October Back to Home