Campanula punctata (Spotted Bellflower) is an herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the bellflower family. It has leaves and stems which fall down at the end of the blooming season.
The plant naturally grows in sunny or low mountains. It is a perennial herb, which grows and blooms for more than two years. It blooms in June to July and goes dormant in autumn or winter. Seeds ripen in August. It can grow in acid, neutral, and alkaline soils. The plant requires constant moisture in fertile and sandy soil. It grows under full sun or partial shade in hot summer. It can aggressively spread via its rhizomes.
It's quite attractive in its own right.