Botanical name: Campanula incurva Family: Campanulaceae (Bell flower family)
Synonyms: Campanula leutweinii
Evia Bellflower is a velvety biennial herb with stems up to a foot tall, nearly erect. Basal leaves are up to 8 cm, in a rosette, heart-shaped to ovate-oblong, blunt, toothed, stalked, finely velvet-hairy. Upper leaves are elliptic-oblong, toothed, nearly stalkless. Flowers are large, inflated, erect, in loose terminal clusters or panicles. Sepals are triangular, appendages ovate, net-veined. Flowers are broadly bell-shaped, lavender blue or white. Evia Bellflower is endemic to Evia island, Greece, cultivated worldwide. Flowering: June-July.
The flower labeled Evia Bellflower is ...