Campanula rapunculoides L.
Family: Campanulaceae
creeping bellflower, European bellflower, rampion bellflower, rover bellflower
Campanula rapunculoides image
Richard Bauer  
Etymology: Campanula: Latin campana for "little bell"
Plants: erect, perennial, 16"-40" tall forb, mostly unbranched, often in dense patches; stems smooth or with a few hairs; rhizomes with many, fleshy, vertical roots
Leaves: coarse with fine, irregular teeth; lower leaves long-stalked, upper to mostly stalkless
Flowers: blue, 5-parted, 3/4"-1" long, bell-shape; inflorescence an unbranched, one-sided cluster (raceme) with short-stalked, slightly nodding flowers; blooms June-Oct.
Habitat: disturbed areas, lawns, roadsides