Peach-leaved bell (Campanula persicifolia L.)
The peach bell is a herbaceous perennial plant from the Campanulaceae family.
It differs from other types of bluebells in its elevated stem, up to 100 cm, narrow shiny, lanceolate or linear leaves, quite abundantly sitting on the stem, and large, up to 3-5 cm in length, blue wide-ringed flowers, collected 2-7 in the apical brush. It blooms in June-July. Peach-leaved bell is found in pine forests, in clearings.
A decoction of the peach bell herb is drunk for diseases caused by weight lifting.