Campanula tubulosa is an endemic flower of western Crete at an altitude of up to 950m. The bluish-violet (and more rarely white) flowers have a tubular corolla flared at the mouth.
Campanula tubulosa grows in the crevices of cliffs and on rocky and shady slopes. It flowers in April and May. The gorge of Imbros is a good place to see lots of these flowers.
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