Thursday, April 10, 2014

campanula rotundifolia

The first of the Campanula rotundifolia flowers has opened, and it will continue to produce flowers until the first frost. It won't be covered with flowers, but have a scattering of them constantly all summer. Funny that the "Bluebell of Scotland" is also considered native to New Mexico. It does not have a refined appearance (some would say "weedy") which should make the courtyard look more forest-like. Maybe.

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