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Classification
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All Names

  • English
    • American Bellflower
    • Tall Bellflower
  • Scientific Names
    • Campanula americana
    • Campanulastrum americana
    • Campanulastrum americanum

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Recent observations

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What

American Bellflower Campanula americana [inactive]

Observer

bjoelle

Date

August 4, 2015 03:42 PM CDT

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

American Bellflower Campanula americana [inactive]

Observer

layla

Date

July 24, 2015

Place

Dupont, TN (Google, OSM)

Photos / Sounds

What

American Bellflower Campanula americana [inactive]

Observer

eraskin

Date

August 15, 2014

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

American Bellflower Campanula americana [inactive]

Observer

calopteryx

Date

July 19, 2014 04:12 PM EDT

Description

Humpback Rocks, Nelson County, VA

19 July 2014

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Description from Wikipedia

Campanula americana, the American bellflower, is a tall bellflower native to eastern North America from the Great Lakes region south to Florida and from the Dakotas east to New York. This native plant is an annual or biennial from 2-6' tall. Its flowers are light blue to violet and are usually arranged in elongated clusters. It is an unusual bellflower in that its flowers are usually flat and not bell-shaped. It has a varying life-history with...

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Conservation Summary

  • NC Piedmont, NC, US
    Watch List: Regionally rare in the NC Piedmont. Includes species which are rare in one region of North Carolina, while being uncommon to abundant within another region. These regional rarities, generally within-state disjuncts, are significant for protection of genetic variation and long-term viability of species.
No range data available.
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