14
Jul
2009
Campanula trachelium - bell tapului
Flowers | Magnoliopsida

Scientific name - Campanula trachelium L.

Synonyms -

Popular names - Campanula selvatica, Bulbuci, tapului bell, bell goat.

Distribution and Habitat - grows spontaneously in the woods, edges of streets, from plain to 1500 m altitude, originally from Europe (France, Italy, Turkey) and North Africa.

Description - herbaceous perennial, rhizome robust, woody. Stem herbaceous, erect, pubescent, 50-100 cm tall. Leaves basal, 6-10 cm long, petiole, lamina ovat-triangulation, cordiforme, hispida, edge gear, top acuminata, upper leaves are smaller, lanceolata, ruvide, easy side laced, short stalks or Sesi. Flowers arranged in simple or branched Raceme with small bracts at the bifurcation. Calyx cilia, about 1 cm long, 5 SEPA, erection, ovat-lanceowide. Corola campanulata, 3-5 cm long, 5 petals triangulation, blue-violet or pale blue (rarely white). Blooms in June-October. Fruit capsule.

Tolerances - climele arid and hot temperatures to -20 C. ͦ

Propagation - by seeds. Germinate in 3 weeks to 18 ͦ C, 40% germination.

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