is it a bell flower

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    think this may be a bell flower of some kind but my book doesnt show it.
    thanks Martin.................
     

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    thanks much ...Martin.........
     
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    It's a little hard to tell by the picture, but it could be a Adenophora Lilifolia common name Lady's Bells look it up and see if it fits. They look alot like Campanula's (bell flowers) Hope this helps.
     
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    Those are growing along a gravel road that I walk for exercise here near Lake Superior.
    The flowers were mostly on the northside of the plants here. The leaves didn't care, they grew on all sides. Kind of heart shaped leaves down low and narrower up higher.
    Probably Campanula rapunculoides but I wouldn't know the difference between them Creeping Bellflowers and Lady'sbells.
    Anyway, they're beauties to look at, with a lot of St. johnswort, clovers, and ox-eye daisy nearby. Also, some evil looking water hemlock not far down the road.
    Bye for now, Gil.
     

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