Harebell

Campanula rotundifolia

Harebell blooms in early summer and often re-blooms in fall. Blue-violet bell shaped flowers nod on slender, wispy stems up to 12 inches high. While delicate in appearance, Harebell is a tough little plant. Extremely drought …

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SKU
31950-03
Cultural Details
Soil Type Gravel, Sand
Soil Moisture Dry, Medium
Sun Exposure Full Sun, Partial
Height 1' - 2'
Bloom Color Lavender, Blue
Bloom Time June, July, Aug, Sep
Spacing 6"
Zones 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Root Type Fibrous
Benefits Pollinators, Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant

Harebell (Campanula rotundifolia) blooms in early summer and often re-blooms in fall. Blue-violet bell shaped flowers nod on slender, wispy stems up to 12 inches high. While delicate in appearance, Harebell is a tough little plant. Extremely drought tolerant, it loves dry sandy and gravelly soils making it a good species for rock or xeric gardens, and semi-shaded slopes. Harebell is a "circumpolar" native species, found growing around the world in the Northern Hemisphere. The name is said to come from a folk belief that witches used the plant to transform themselves into hares. Other common names include Bluebell Bellflower and Witches Thimble.