Campanula persicifolia Linnaeus, 1753
Common names: Peach-leaved bellflower, Paper Bellflower [En], Campanule à feuilles de pêcher, Campanule de Perse [Fr], Prachtklokje, Perzikbladklokje [Nl], Pfirsichblättrige Glockenblume [De], Campanula con foglie di pesco [It], Καμπανούλα η ροδακινόφυλλη [Gr], Büyük çan çiçeği [Tu]
Kallipefki, LARISSA ● Greece
Description: Herbaceous perennial growing to 1 m. Its flowers are cup-shaped and can be either lilac-blue rarely white.
Its foliage is narrow and glossy with a bright green appearance.
Biology: Normally it flowers in June; a dry summer may reduce or inhibit its flowering. Despite this it can flower as late as September in a cold year.
Habitat: Woodland, sunny edge. It grows at lower altitudes in the north, and higher up further south, passing 1,500 m in Southern France.
Distribution: Almost all Europe to Western and Northern Asia.
Wikipedia, Campanula persicifolia