Campanula rapunculus L. (Syn: Campanula hyrcania Wettst.; Campanula lambertiana A.DC.; Campanula rapunculus var. lambertiana (A.DC.) Boiss.; Campanula rapunculus f. lambertiana (A.DC.) Voss; Campanula rapunculus f. spiciformis (Boiss.) Voss; Campanula rapunculus var. spiciformis Boiss.; Neocodon lambertianus (A.DC.) Kolak. & Serdyuk.);

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Plant for ID :: Rome :: EU-ARKOCT54 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)

Saw these pretty flowers in Rome by the roadside in May 2016.
Requested to please provide ID.


Sorry can’t help…


Campanula, not sure of the species.


A suggestion of Facebook mentioned these flowers as Campanula patula.

Campanula rapunculus L.  ??


more like Campanula patula 

I thought different.


Yes, appears more close to images of Campanula rapunculus at

Yes, … matches description at MoBot. I also love the connection to Rapunzel and
that her father ate the roots of this plant and created the basis of the much loved fairy tale


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