The Arctic Bell-Heather is a small, delicate flower that thrives in cold climates. Its scientific name is Campanula rotundifolia, and it is part of the bellflower family. This pretty little flower gets its common name from its shape and the fact that it often grows in areas with low temperatures.
The Arctic Bell-Heather has white or pale pink petals and a bell-shaped bloom. It typically blooms in July and August, but can sometimes be seen as early as June. The best time to see this flower is late in the season when the days are shorter and the nights are cooler.
This flower can be found growing in alpine meadows, tundra, and rocky areas. It is native to North America, Europe, and Asia. In North America, it is most commonly found in Alaska, Canada, and the Rocky Mountains.
If you're lucky enough to spot an Arctic Bell-Heather in the wild, take a moment to appreciate its beauty. This hardy little flower is a reminder that even in the coldest places on earth, life can still find a way to bloom.