Canterbury Bells Definition
A European biennial herb (Campanula medium) widely cultivated for its showy, bell-shaped, blue, pink, or white flowers.
A cultivated bellflower (Campanula medium) with white, pink, or blue cuplike flowers.
Webster's New World
Origin of Canterbury Bells
From the association of the flowers with the bells on the horses of Canterbury pilgrims
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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