Name: Campanula patula L.
Croatian name: Patuljasti zvončić
English name: Spreading Bellflower
This is biennial (rarely perennial) plant, up to 50 cm tall. It can be found on fields and meadows, mostly on deep, slightly acid soils.
Upright stems grow up from the thin roots, having lanceolate narrow upper leaves. Lower leaves are rounded.
Bell shaped flowers (violet to blue-violet, rarely white in colour) make panicles on the top of the stems. There are five partly fused pointed petals.
It flowers from may to August. Fruit is capsule containing numerous small seeds.