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Campanula spicata
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Scientific Name - Campanula spicata

Popular names - Campanula Spiga, Klasasta zvoncica.

Distribution and Habitat - grows on limestone rocks, rape, at 400-2500 m altitude, endemic species in the Alps.

Description - herbaceous biennial or perennial. Simple stem, 40-100 cm tall, ruvida, patent hairs, 1-1.5 mm long. Lower leaves linear-spatulate, 1-1.5 x 8-15 cm stalks ¼ of the batter, needle, leaf caulinare Sesi, the semiaplexicaule. Flowers numerous, blue-purple, Sesi, the apical spikes, bracts triangular, 1 x 2-5 cm, calyx tube 3 mm, linear lobes 2 x 5 mm 12 mm Corola tube, lobes 8 mm. Blooms in July-August. Capsule conical fruit, wood.

Properties and Uses - rocarii cultivated as ornamental species.

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