Harebell, Common Harebell
Long-lived polycarpic perennial
Native to the Finger Lakes Region, Circumboreal
Roots were steeped in water and the lukewarm decoction was dropped into the ear to relieve earaches.
Source of plant
Well-Sweep Herb Farm, The Plantsmen, Jardin Botanique de Montreal, Nina Lambert, Alpine Research Seed Exchange
A polymorphic aggregate of perennial forms producing a loose rosette of leaves and stolons, eventually forming a mat from which arise erect flower stems 3-18" tall. Flowers in loose terminal racemes or sometimes solitary, erect in bud, nodding to ascending in flower. Corolla white to deep lavender-blue, about 1" long, campanulate.
USDA Hardiness Zone