Showing 4 types of BELLFLOWER
Possibly native to South America, but now occurring throughout North America except for the Rocky Mountains, and south through Central America to South America.
Native to Europe, but introduced to North America as a garden ornamental, and now found throughout most of the United States and southern Canada, with the exception of the southeastern and extreme southwestern states.
A native plant in Oregon and California, and found commonly in early spring as a roadside and meadow wildflower.
A genus of many dozens of varieties of showy spring flowers, almost all of which are natives in North America. They occur throughout the United States and north to Alaska.