The canterbury bell has already been alluded to; it is a charming hardy biennial forming a valuable feature of the mixed border.
The canterbury bell (Campanula medium) was doubled by careful selection in four generations.
The canterbury bell has historical interest through its being named for the bells borne by pilgrims to the shrine at Canterbury.
Besides its adaptability as a toy for children, the canterbury bell was beloved for its beauty in the garden.
There was scarcely any honey-juice in the canterbury bell, and the pollen would soon give out.
A flower which attracts much attention with us is the canterbury bell, cup and saucer variety, in different colors.
This plant is lighter and more graceful than the canterbury bell.