Summer Bellflower

No image for this cultivar exists.
Resembles the Yellow Bellflower in form and color. It is not considered to be good for commercial planting. Downing "described it as a new variety of promise and stated that it was raised by John R. Comstock of Washington, Dutchess County, N.Y. from seed of Esopus Spitzenburg. There is another variety called the Summer Bellflower that originates in Pennsylvania.
Flesh quality
Tender, subacid, good.
Eating season starts in
Eating season ends in
Also known as
Summer Bellefleur
Summer Belle-fleur