Harebell is a
perennial plant of the UK, typically found growing in grassland and dry ground, to a mature height of up to 40cm.
Harebell is thought to be named after its association with the habitat of hares. Its delicate flowers are large in relation to the plant size, and are born in small open clusters, dropping down at the end of very fine stems.
Botanic classification and naming: Harebell is a member of the Bellflower (Campanulaceae) family. The genus name
'Campanula' identifies the plant as a Bellflower and its species name 'rotundifolia' means 'round-leaved plant'.