Campanula Ringsabell Indigo Blue

6.95

0.3m ht x 0.3m sp

Campanula, also called bellflower, gets its name from the lovely, pendulous blue blooms that appear on the plant from mid-summer till autumn. It’s a snap to grow and will quickly spread through your garden filling empty spaces with color.

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Campanula, also called bellflower, gets its name from the lovely, pendulous blue blooms that appear on the plant from mid-summer till autumn. It's a snap to grow and will quickly spread through your garden filling empty spaces with color. Plant Size • Mature Height: 30-40cm • Mature Spread: 30-40cm Why We Love It • This variety shows off large, violet-blue pendant flowers that hang like bells over the dark green foliage. • Attracts Butterflies and hummingbirds • Perfect for the sun or part-shade border What To Know • Season of Interest: • Flowering Time: Late Spring-Midsummer • Position: full sun, partial shade • Soil: moist, well drained How to Care • Provide average, evenly moist, well-drained soil. • Best with part shade in hot summer areas. • Mulch to keep roots cool. • Shear lightly after flowering for a neat appearance. • Fertilize in early spring. • Needs regular watering

Campanula, also called bellflower, gets its name from the lovely, pendulous blue blooms that appear on the plant from mid-summer till autumn. It’s a snap to grow and will quickly spread through your garden filling empty spaces with color.

Plant Size
• Mature Height: 30-40cm
• Mature Spread: 30-40cm

Why We Love It
• This variety shows off large, violet-blue pendant flowers that hang like bells over the dark green foliage.
• Attracts Butterflies and hummingbirds
• Perfect for the sun or part-shade border

What To Know
• Season of Interest:
• Flowering Time: Late Spring-Midsummer
• Position: full sun, partial shade
• Soil: moist, well drained

How to Care
• Provide average, evenly moist, well-drained soil.
• Best with part shade in hot summer areas. • Mulch to keep roots cool.
• Shear lightly after flowering for a neat appearance.
• Fertilize in early spring.
• Needs regular watering