Campanula Turbinata - urban Bellflower) is a dwarf plant with greyish-green leaves, the flowers borne singly on stems about 6 inches long, deep blue, and 1 1/2 inches across; a charming plant for choice border or rock culture.
Steeple Bellflower (Campanula Pyramidalis) - A vigorous plant, with thick and fleshy flower-stems, rising to a height of 4 to 6 feet; the flowers, close to the stem, giving the inflorescence a steeple-like form.
Michauxs Bellflower (Michauxia) - M. campanuloides is a remarkable plant of the Bellflower family, 3 to 8 feet high, the flowers white tinged with purple, and arranged in a pyramidal candelabra-like head.
Candelabra Bellflower (Campanula Macrostyla) - A singular plant, having large flowers, with blue netted veins on a white ground, which gets purple at the edges, and with a huge stigma.
Codonopsis - The members of this small genus of the Bellflower order are remarkable rather for a quaint, distinctive beauty of their own, not half of which is disclosed externally.
Clustered Bellflower (Campanula Glomerata) - A handsome plant about 2 feet high, the stems terminated by dense clusters of pretty intense purple flowers.
Rampion (Phyteuma) - The Rampions are neat, pretty, and interesting plants of the Bellflower order, with small flowers in profusion.
Peach-leaved Bellflower (Campanula Persicifolia) - A beautiful kind, with cupshaped flowers 2 inches across, in July and August.
Grand Bellflower (Adenophora) - Hardy perennials of the Bellflower family, 18 inches to over 3 feet high.
A magnificent bellflower from Bokhara, 4 to 5 ft.