Clustered Bellflower is a
perennial plant of the UK, typically found growing in chalky grassland and woodland, to a mature height of up to 60cm.
Clustered Bellflower bears dense clusters of upward-facing flowers, mainly at the top of its stems, and has hairy stems and leaves.
Botanic classification and naming: Clustered Bellflower is a member of the Bellflower (Campanulaceae) family. The genus name
'Campanula' identifies the plant as a Bellflower and its species name 'glomerata' means 'clustered (flowers)'.