Jan. 1, 2018


I've searched my material, and the internet, and just can't find much lore about marsh bellflowers.  They don'y meet the criteria for becoming a medicinal plant;  they're nor big, eye-catching, or poisonous.  Relatively, just not memorable.  The Iroquois did use it in the hope of inducing child birth.  Perversely, perhaps, it's fun to find them, almost lost among their showier neighbors.