Harebell Flower – Campanula Rotundifolia
You can find the harebell flower growing in dry or moist soil. They are typically found in valleys prairies and even commonly growing among sagebrush.
The Campanula rotundifolia is often confused with blueflax, which has a more saucer like shape and has separated pedals. The harebell’s petals are fused together to for a cup liked shape.
These flowers can be found from Texas, all the way up to Alaska. Only around 5-6 species of Campanula are found in the rocky mountains out of close to 300 total species.