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  • Campanula collina Dark blue bellflower Z. 5-8

    In summer dark blue-purple bells on upright stems on clumps of this bellflower.

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    Campanula collina   Dark blue bellflower Z. 5-8
    In summer dark blue-purple bells on upright stems on clumps of this bellflower.

    Size: 6-12” x 8”
    Care: sun to part shade in well-drained to moist well-drained
    Native: western Asia, Turkey, Caucasus Mountains

    Campanula is Latin meaning “little bell.” Collina means “on hills.” Collected before 1826.

  • Campanula persicifolia Peach-leafed bellflower Z 3-8

    In May and June outfacing bells blossom along the 2-3' stems in white or clear, sky blue.

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    Campanula persicifolia  Peach-leafed bellflower  Z 3-8
    In May and June outfacing bells blossom along the 2-3′ stems in white or clear, sky blue.

    Size: 24-36" x 12"
    Care: Sun in moist well-drained soil, tolerant of Walnut toxicity.
    Native: So. Europe and north and west Asia

    Both white and blue varieties grew in English gardens before 1580. Cultivated in America since the 1700’s.

  • Campanula poscharskyana Adriatic bellflower Z 3-8

    Lilac colored star-shaped blooms from summer through fall

    $8.25/pot

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    Campanula poscharskyana Adriatic bellflower Z 3-8
    Lilac colored star-shaped blooms from summer through fall. Grow in the front of the garden, as a groundcover or in rock gardens.

    Size: 6" X 24"
    Care: Sun to part shade in moist well-drained soil. Tolerant of Walnut toxicity.
    Native: Mountains of Eastern Europe
    Awards: Top rated by the Chicago Botanic Garden. Elisabeth Carey Miller Botanical Garden Great Plant Pick

    Campanula is Latin meaning “little bell.” In 1629 Parkinson described campanulas as “cherished for the beautie of their flowers.” Collected before 1822. Named for 19th century German plantsman, Gustav Poscharsky.

  • Campanula punctata var. rubriflora Z 4-9

    Dangling rosy purple bells hide their red spots inside the petals

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    Campanula punctata var. rubriflora   Z 4-9
    Dangling rosy purple bells hide their red spots inside the petals – early summer

    Size: 12”x16” & spreading
    Care: Sun to part shade in moist well-drained soil
    Native: Japan
    Awards: Top rated for ornamental traits and landscape performance by the Chicago Botanic Garden.

    Campanula is Latin meaning little bell. Punctata means spotted. In 1629 Parkinson described campanulas as “cherished for the beautie of their flowers.”  This variety collected in Japan before 1950.