Sep 04 2011


Published by at 7:30 am under Plants

It’s the end of the growing season but these flowers are still blooming in Maine. 

Harebells (Campanula rotundifolia) are found worldwide in the northern hemisphere but I don’t see them very often in southwestern Pennsylvania.

They prefer to grow on rocky banks, shores and in meadows. 

These habitats are easily found at Acadia National Park … and so are the flowers. 

(photo by Gary Rogers from Wikimedia Commons. Click on the photo to see the original)

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