Robust and distinctive native Campanula commonly found in vineyards, mixed hedgerows and various types of woodland, with triangular leaves and a long, one-sided inflorescence.
The genus name derives from the Latin “campanula”, meaning small bell, while the specific epithet means “small turnip”). Although not commonly used, its young spring leaves are edible.

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The most handsome of Garibaldi’s Thousand

- Francesco Nullo