Campanula Flower Tauheed Ahmad June 21, 2017 Flowers 748 Bellflower, is also called Campanula, whatever kind of flower garden you have; there is a bellflower for you. The flowers vary considerably in shape and size; though most are blue colors, however some are violet or purple, and some are white. They are extremely beautiful in pastel gardens, with roses, or just anywhere you want to a blue accent. Some grow on plants of mid- border height, others on low cushions, and others on long, trailing stems. Most bloom in early summer, but some, especially the low growing varieties will continue to flower, though less heavily, throughout the season. Campanula persicifolia “Grandiflora”, the popular peach leaved bellflower, is available in blue varieties such as “Telham Beauty” and a white one “Alba”. It grows almost two to three feet tall. C. glomerata also grows up to two feet; its variety “Superba” is a wonderful rich purple, “Crown of Snow” is white. Moreover low growing bellflowers include C. carpatica, blue or white, six to 10 inches and C. poscharskyana, lavender, 12 inches tall but sprawling C. rotundifolia is blue and one to two feet, but he variety “Olympica” is more compact. This last species can be eddy in some gardens. Well, if you really like to grow this beautiful bellflower, then the plant like sun but will do well in light shade, particularly in hot climates. Also give some moist, moderately fertile, well-drained soil. Sometimes slug control may be necessary. Weed out the invasive types as needed; cut back tall varieties after flowering to encourage them to bloom again. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsFive Rare Beautiful FlowersPholisma Sonorae: The Most Bizarre WildflowerCreeping Sedums PlantsAmazing World of FlowersMacro Timelapse from Daniel CsobotChrysanthemum is a Flowering Plant Comes in Several ShapesCosmos Flower is Ideal for the back of your GardenA Long Lasting Blue Flower Salvia (Sage)Balloon Flower: Decorate Home and GardenSnapdragon or Antirrhinum MajusColumbine or Aquilegia FlowersColeus is loved for its dramatically variegated Leaves Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.