Harebell - description & image

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"Harebell" with an image from "Irish Wild Flowers".

C. rotundifolia L. Harebell Districts - - - 4 - - 7 - Native. On alpine rocks. Very rare. P. July/August. 4. Cliffs above Lough Ouler ('94 P.) '28! 7. On Lugnaquilla ('97 NC. in ITB.)-abundant in the North Prison '26!; on the north face of Cannow Mountain at 2,200 feet. This species, which occurs in County Dublin only in sandy ground near the sea, is in Wicklow entirely confined to the mountains, though it might have been expected in the extensive sand-dunes between Wicklow and Arklow.

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