Monday, July 1, 2013

What is it? (Garden Edition)

This spring, a new plant appeared in our garden. 


The flowers are about 2 inches long. 


It moved in on top of some coral bells. (I hope I can separate them next spring!)


The plant on the left is a toad lily from Rolling Green Nursery that I added to the garden last fall. I wonder if seeds for my new garden volunteer hitchhiked on that toad lily somehow.

 If you know what this plant is, please let me know in the comments or via email!!! Thank you!!!

5 comments:

Acorn to Oak said...

I've never seen that flower but it sure is cute!

Diane in Oregon said...

It's a campanula of some kind, I think. See here: http://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Campanula_cespitosa.jpg

Delighted Hands said...

Beautiful but unknown to me, too!

Erynne said...

It is Japanese Bellflower or Campanula punctata. In my garden, it became somewhat aggressive and i found myself ripping it out only to have it show up in another spot nearby. Not very well behaved, lol.

Deborah Stohn said...

Looks like Frittilaria to me! Checkered flower petals tell me that. NH weaver, too!
Debbie
NHWG