Common Nettle, Urtica dioica is not from the Bellflower family.
Above is the sheltered valley on the north side of Box Hill, through which the zig-zag road passes but which can not detract from the beauty of the profusion of flowers. Cyclists and motorists pass through without noticing them; the world is more beautiful on foot!
This lovely valley was dotted with Clustered Bellflowers, Campanula glomerata.
Absent from our walk on Box Hill today but abundant on Wolstonbury Hill on Wednesday was...
...."The Pride of Sussex", the County Flower of Sussex, Phyteuma tenerum (orbiculare) the Round-headed Rampion..... just beautiful!