Bellflower (Campanula spp.)
Bellflower Plant FeaturesCampanula, also called bellflower, gets its name from the lovely, pendulous blue blooms that appear on the plant from mid-summer till fall. It's a snap to grow and will quickly spread through your garden filling empty spaces with color. Bellflower is a sun-loving perennial that works well in a mixed flower border, rock garden, or in beds by itself. There is a wide variety of bellflower species to choose from. Some bellflowers grow just a few inches tall, while others can grow 3 feet tall. Zones 3-8.
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Bellflower Growing InstructionsTo keep bellflower from becoming invasive, pull young offshoots as they develop or plant in a location that will prevent the roots from spreading. The plants grow best in full sun, but will also thrive in partial shade. Bellflower prefers a rich, well drained soil. Deadhead faded flowers to encourage additional bloom. The plants are relatively deer-resistant.
Bellflower is not intended for human or animal consumption.
Medium water needs
Complement your BellflowerGeranium, Perennial
Cranesbill geranium makes an excellent partner for campanula. They have complementary bloom times and colors.