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We saw so many purplish-blue Parry Harebells while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park last summer. They are so pretty and delicate. Parry Harebells grow to about 16″ tall with bellshaped 1″ flowers in open habitats to alpine elevations. The flowers open up and look like the photograph above.

I love the inside of them….the stigma and the stamens. They look so delicate. ¬†Doesn’t it look just exquisite? Have you ever seen one while you were hiking?

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3 Responses to “Pretty, Purplish-Blue Parry Harebell Wildflowers While Hiking In RMNP Last Summer”

  1. Renee says:

    My new favorite flower! Great pic, Mel :-)

  2. Manny says:

    Splendid. I love the intricate design of the Pistil.

  3. scott mercer says:

    they look velvety

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