PEACH LEAF BELLS

Peachleaf Bells —   Campanula persicifolia alba 28 of 365

Peachleaf Bells occur in various tints and shades from pure white to deep “Campanula Blue” — even a rumored pink.   Their name comes from the peach leaf shaped basal leaves, hidden among other plants in this photo.  It’s a favorite of mine to lend height and charm to June flower arrangements.

These shots are blurry because of their limber stems in the breeze.

:}  Smiles

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