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This purple flower was photographed in the garden of an acquaintance and no one seemed to recognize it. Can anyone identify? (Sorry for the weird perspective on the photo, I didn't take it)

Purple flower

  • Check out Campanula latifolia - from the little that can be seen in the photo, that's a strong possibility – Bamboo Jun 6 at 10:59
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This looks like a bellflower (campanula).

Of course this is a rather huge genus, but a more precise ID would require a better photo(s), showing more details like leaves, flower details and overall size and shape.

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Depending on its size,(fairly small) I'd say campanula rotundifolia, commonly know in Britain as harebell, found throughout Europe, from the Mediterranean to the Arctic.

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