What is a Chilean Bellflower? A Chilean bellflower (Campanula chiloensis) is a type of flowering plant that is endemic to Chile. They can be found in the wild between the latitudes of 30°S and 46°S. These plants can grow anywhere from 0.5 to 2 meters tall, and have white or blue flowers. The leaves are generally lance-shaped, and the plants produce fruit that is a blackberry-like drupe.
These plants are generally found in open areas, such as meadows, hillsides, and forest clearings. They prefer well-drained soils that are rich in organic matter. Chilean bellflowers are an important part of the Chilean landscape, and can be seen blooming throughout the year.