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Latin Name: Campanula trachelium
Forestart Reference: BATBEL

Hairy stems with mid-blue bell flowers blooming up them from Jun-Sept

A coarse, hairy perennial of dappled shade, woodlands, coppice and verges. Prefers drier soils. Also known as Nettle Leaved Bellflower. Pollinated by bees. Sow any time of year and the occasional soil disturbance helps it's persistence and spread. Some time in damp sand in the fridge might help germination.                                 Seed from Shropshire

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