This attractive bell flower can be seen in the Oceanic Islands House.
Occurring in the Azores, Azorina vidalii is a shrubby member of the Campanulaceae. The glossy leaves have toothed margins, while the stems are ridged. In late summer it produces loose racemes of pendent, bell-shaped flowers typical of the family. In this instance these are pink in colour with darker veining, and are pinched at the waist. In our climate it requires glasshouse cultivation.
Azorina vidalii is a monospecific genus, with only one species occurring in the genus Azorina.