Edraianthus (rock bells or grassy bells) is a small genus of flowering plants in the family Campanulaceae. Edraianthus species are native to mountain regions of the Balkan, including Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia, and as far as Romania, Italy and Greece.
The genus name is derived from the Greek hedraios (sitting) and anthos (flower).
Ten species of the genus Edraianthus are often placed in genus Wahlenbergia instead. Selected Edraianthus species are also placed in Muehlbergella, Halacsyella or Hedraeanthus by some botanists. Campanula parnassica is sometimes classified as Edraianthus parnassica.