Campanula - small varieties

All these small campanulas have masses of bell-shaped flowers, in the blue / purple / white colour range, in mid or late summer. Most of the small species are plants for sunny, well-drained positions on rockeries or raised beds, and many can be grown in walls by scattering seed. Some have a distinct preference for limestone, and a few need to avoid winter wet. See also Adenophora and Edraianthus for some related species, and Codonopsis for some climbing relatives. Also Cyananthus for some fine, low plants with trailing stems.
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Campanula garganica

Short trailing stems with starry, blue, white-centred flowers.
£4.00

Campanula incurva

Softly hairy rosettes and large, bell-shaped pale blue flowers.
£6.00

Campanula poscharskyana

Mound of foliage with masses of pale violet starry flowers.
£4.00

Campanula poscharskyana

Mound of foliage with masses of pale violet starry flowers.
£4.00

Campanula poscharskyana 'E. H. Frost'

A mound of trailing stems with white bell flowers.
£4.00

Campanula poscharskyana 'E. H. Frost'

A mound of trailing stems with white bell flowers.
£4.00