Campanula tommasiniana is a member of the Campanulaceae family and comes from Mala
(Istria Peninsula), Croatia in rocky beech woods. Its local name is
zvončić, which translates as
A compact, clump-forming, deciduous perennial with narrow serrate lanceolate shaped dark green leaves with erect leafy stems 10-15cm in length bearing nodding, narrow bell-shaped, light blue flowers 2cm long in summer.
It is named for
Muzio Tommasini, from Trieste, botanist and
politician, after whom Crocus tommasinianus
also takes its name.