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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