Bellflower

(Campanula) This is a group of annual, biennial and perennial plants, which are found naturally in many countries of the Northern Hemisphere. Campanulas, commonly called Bellflowers, vary in size and habit of growth. Some Bellflowers are suitable for the rock garden, some for flower borders, and some for wild or woodland gardens. Some can be grown ...
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Bellflower

Bell'flow`er noun (Botany) A plant of the genus Campanula; -- so named from its bell-shaped flowers.
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Bellflower

• (n.) A kind of apple. The yellow bellflower is a large, yellow winter apple. • (n.) A plant of the genus Campanula; -- so named from its bell-shaped flowers.
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bellflower

any of about 300 annual, perennial, and biennial herbs that compose the genus Campanula (family Campanulaceae). Bellflowers bear bell-shaped, ...
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bellflower

bellflower or bluebell,name commonly used as a comprehensive term for members of the Campanulaceae, a family of chiefly herbaceous annuals or perennials of wide distribution, characteristically found on dry slopes in temperate and subtropical areas. Members of the large genus Campanula, predominantl...
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Bellflower

Bellflower, city (1990 pop. 61,815), Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1957. It is mainly residential with some light industry (fabricated metal products, steel foundry, rubber goods).
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bellflower

General name for many plants with bell-shaped flowers. The harebell (Campanula rotundifolia) is a wild bellflower. The Canterbury bell (C. medium) is the garden variety, originally from southern Europe. (Genus Campanula, family Campanulaceae.)
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