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Article: Alpine Bellflowers for Wet-winter Climates: Campanula speciosa vs Campanula glomerat

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birder17
Jackson, MO
(Zone 6b)

January 15, 2012
3:38 PM

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Is this the same plant? I have some seeds labeled Campanula speciosa. I can find very little information on C. speciosa. When I google C speciosa, Campanula glomerata shows up. Are these the same plant?
If not, where can I get information on C. speciosa. Anyone that knows something about this plant---please share your experiences.

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