kemulariae:Orig 015408-0221-78 Locn 1A AM, geo: 20000 rec: PLNT: 1ab: 1, dis: TRANSCAUCASIA, ayr: 78 2)
The gently pubescent plant with straight branched stems up to 20 cm. The flowers are medium-sized are collected in paniculate inflorescence. It blooms in June and July.3)
Basal leaves long-petioled cordate-ovate, doubly serrate, of rather hard, shiny texture, stem leaves reduced. Flower stems to 1 ft. long, often decumbent, many-branched.
Radical and stem leaves are ovate or oval, pointed to the top of a rather long petioles. Edge sheet doubly serrated.4)
Flower measuring,between 15 - 25mm (5/8 to 1 inch.)5)Calyx with prominent triangular appendages, corolla pale mauve, to 1 in. long, broadly campanulate.
The flowers are medium-sized are collected in paniculate inflorescence. Corolla bell-shaped, bluish on the edge of a bearded. It blooms in June and July.6)
Seed available, in small quantity. Species actually grown or used for breeding 7)
- Campanula kemulariae Fomiv. 473-82. De: Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver, Colorado, USA. 18-2-82 Descr.: sem.8)
Use: For a similar Radde9)
TranscaucasusIt grows in the Caucasus, in the forest zone on limestone rocks. 10)