is the bluebell of Scotland - a totally different plant from the
bluebell of England, the wild hyacinth. Both are found all over
Britain. The harebell is a very slender perennial, growing on
dry commons and downs, where it flowers during the late summer.
The name "rotundifolia" (round-leaved ) refers to the small basal
leaves, often hidden in the grass and easily overlooked. The more
obvious stem leaves are quite narrow.