Campanula punctata is
a 40-80cm-tall perennial herb that grows in fields, mountains, and
hills, with coarse hairs on stems. Radical leaves, ovate-cordate,
wither in flowering time. On-stem leaves are alternate, 5-8cm long,
1.5-4cm wide, triangular-ovate, or lanceolate, with uneven
serrations. Stem's upper parts set large, 4-5cm-long bell-shaped
flowers; corollas are light red-purple or white, with solid color
dots and shallowly cut-into-five tips. Bloom time: June-July.