Smoky Mountains Wildflowers: Southern Harebell

Southern Harebell © William Britten use with permission only

Southern Harebell © William Britten use with permission only

Southern Harebell © William Britten use with permission only

Southern Harebell © William Britten use with permission only

Southern Harebell (Campanula divaricata) inhabits dry, rocky slopes, trailside or roadside. The blooming period in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is from July to October.

Unless you are carefully examining your surroundings, you may miss this delicate beauty. The plant is a foot or two tall, with tiny light blue blooms raining down from thin, bending stems. Southern Harebell can be found along the Porters Creek Trail in the Greenbrier section of the Smokies.

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Southern Harebell © William Britten use with permission only

Southern Harebell © William Britten use with permission only

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