Hi everyone! No, this is not the same as the flower last week, though it does look similar. This is the “Creeping Bellflower”. A tall sturdy stem with many flowers on it, bigger than the “harebell” shown last week which has a thin, grass like stem and only one or two flowers on it. They are very beautiful flowers which the bees love, and any flower that is good for the bees is good to have around. They do reproduce rapidly though and can take over if allowed to do so. They are not a native wildflower however, so many people do not like having them around. But even with their problems they are a definite plus for bees and flower flies. Have a great day everyone and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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