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Campanula plants are elegant perennials and biennials known as Bellflowers. Campanulas are showy ground covers or vertical accents for partly shaded borders.
Fresh green foliage grows in tidy 6-9 inch cushions, covered in snow white, cup-shaped flowers in late spring and summer. White Clips prefers part sun and moist soil. Plant as a small-scale ground cover, in the front of borders, or in containers.
Cup and Saucer Campanulas produce beautiful, bell-shaped flowers (cups) with a broad, colored calyx (saucers). A true biennial, Cup and Saucer Campanulas bloom in the spring of the second season. They are superb cut flowers. Plants grow to 3 feet tall. They are perfect for any cottage garden. Winter hardy to zone 5.
This rare, heavy blooming selection features large, stunning, blue, pink, or white, double, dense flower balls. Packet is ¼ gram, about 1,000 seeds.
Rose, violet, and white flowers. Packet is ½ gram, about 2,000 seeds.
The pendulous, tubular, bell-shaped flowers vary in color from cream to purple, and are spotted or flecked with bright crimson. The clump forming perennial plants grow 12-18 inches tall, and flower freely throughout the summer. Winter hardy to zone 4. Grows beautifully with 'Colorado Mix' Yarrow, and Rose Crown Obedience Plant.
Peach-Leafed Bellflowers are 2-3 foot tall perennials with peach-like leaves, and elegant, blue or white, open, cup-shaped flowers. on sturdy stems. They are excellent cut flowers. Peach-Leafed Bellflowers are easy to grow from seed. Winter hardy to zone 3.
Three inch, soft china-blue flowers.
Two inch, pure white flowers.
Produces magnificent, pyramidal panicles of star-shaped, blue flowers from July to September on sturdy, upright stems. They are excellent cut flowers. Leaves are nearly heart-shaped, and about 2 inches long. Chimney Bellflower plants grow 4-6 feet tall; they are outstanding at the back of borders, or in large containers. Biennial. Winter hardy to zone 3. Seeds occasionally require chilling, instructions included.
The 'Blue Chimney Bellflower' has long been a popular garden companion for hollyhocks; its flowers provide the true blue hue missing from the otherwise impressive hollyhock color wheel. Introduced into England from present day Slovenia in 1594.
Sow in cell packs or flats press seed into soil but do not cover. Light aids germination. Kept at 70°F., germination is in 14-28 days. Plant these taller campanulas 12-24 inches apart. See Starting Your Seeds for more information.