CAMPANULA SEEDS

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  1. CAMPANULA INCURVA

    Our best selling and most spectacular bellflower. Enormous inflated ice blue flowers - resembling flared ended wine glasses - in profusion all summer, upturned on branching prostrate stems. Surprisingly perennial in a suitable well-drained position. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  2. CAMPANULA KEMULARIAE

    This scarce and beautiful plant makes a slowly creeping carpet of flared, deep blue bell flowers. The foliage consists of small, pointed, deeply-toothed, shiny green, leathery leaves. It is long-lived and completely hardy and makes a bright choice cushion either on a rockery or in a container. ... Learn More

    $3.22

  3. CAMPANULA KOLENATIANA

    From the Caucasus sub-alpine region comes this very hardy, slowly-spreading herbaceous flower that pushes up strong, angular stems in spring which bear largish, flared, bright blue bell flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  4. CAMPANULA LACTIFLORA 'PRICHARD'S VARIETY'

    Seed saved from great branching heads of deep violet blue flowers atop stout stems clad in pointed leaves. Invaluable mid-border plant. Busy bees will ensure you have a quota of pale blue, white or even pink flowers amongst these plants. ... Learn More

    $2.77

  5. CAMPANULA LACTIFLORA SNOW PILLAR

    The pure white form of the tall "Milky Bellflower" makes a superb specimen when grown on its own away from other blue and pale blue forms. Occasional seedlings may have a slight colouration so try to flower seedlings first to ensure that they are absolutely pure white before planting them into their final position. ... Learn More

    $3.28

  6. CAMPANULA LATIFOLIA 'BRANTWOOD'

    Stout spires of very large, deep violet purple bells open in spring and early summer. This is the darkest and finest form of this gorgeous flower from high in the Himalayas. ... Learn More

    $2.77

  7. CAMPANULA LATIFOLIA 'FAICHEM LILAC'

    This lovely Campanula latifolia form was discovered as a seedling on our first small Scottish nursery near Invergarry in the Scottish Highlands. The spires of large white or cream trumpets all have a most attractive prominent darker eye. ... Learn More

    $2.54

  8. CAMPANULA MAKASCHVILII

    A very rare plant from the Caucasus Mountains. Radiating arching stems clad in smallish heart-shaped leaves, carry white bells with varying proportions of pink-edging to their petals. Long lived and desirable. ... Learn More

    $3.22

  9. CAMPANULA MEDIUM 'CANTERBURY BELLS'

    One of the most typical cottage garden flowers, Campanula medium, or "Canterbury Bells", has a timeless charm and grace. Masses of bells are produced in an astonishing range of blues, whites and pinks. Flowers appear all summer long and are from 60-90cm high (2-3ft). They will grow in almost any position whether sun or semi shade. ... Learn More

    $3.11

  10. CAMPANULA MEDIUM var. CALYCANTHEMA MIXED

    A beautiful double flowering form of Campanula medium. Each flower is surrounded by a calyx of the same colour as the petals making it appear a double bloom and from which it derives its common name of 'Cup and Saucer'. Excellent for cottage gardens, this charming, old-fashioned plant in shades of purple, blue, pink and white also makes an excellent cut flower. Needs protection from the wind. ... Learn More

    $2.20

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  11. CAMPANULA MOESIACA

    A rare and extremely beautiful plant from the Balkans. Bright ice-blue bellflowers are carried in tufts up thick hairy stems. Gently self-seeds producing gorgeous drifts in spring. Greatly admired by an appreciative Roy Lancaster when he visited. ... Learn More

    $2.82

  12. CAMPANULA OCHROLEUCA

    This rare colour-break in bell-flowers has proportionately large creamy yellowish-white bells on low arching stems in early to mid-summer and spreads, very slowly, with a gentle running habit. A long-lived little beauty! ... Learn More

    $2.99

  13. CAMPANULA ODONTOSEPALA

    This rare, unique, and elusive plant has been obtained from the Hungarian Botanic Garden at Vacratot, where it makes a slowly-spreading carpet of delicate stems carrying thin-tubed, flared-ended, sky blue flowers which have great value as they appear very late in the year, right into the first frosts, when almost all other bellflowers are long-gone. In fact, the last-flowering bellflower you can get! In the wild it grows in damp meadows in the foothills of Russia, northern Asia and Iran. It is also possibly the only "symphyandra" (rather than campanula) which has a gently-running perennial habit! ... Learn More

    $3.11

  14. CAMPANULA PATULA

    This lovely, rare, but sadly neglected British native wild flower, inhabits shady woods and hedge-banks, where it spreads its branched, slender, wiry stems, which bear loose showers of shallow, starry, rose-purple, bell-shaped flowers above clumps of narrow, pointed leaves, its common name having been acquired because the petals splay out. It seeds about but is never a nuisance, and does equally well in almost any soil. When friends see it here they beg for seed – it is so lovely. It is therefore mystifying that this worthy garden plant is so neglected. Plantsman E. A, Bowles admired it and Graham Rice has written about it in “Hardy Perennials”. ... Learn More

    $2.88

  15. CAMPANULA PENDULA

    This is a spreading, arching, often woody-based, biennial or short-lived perennial, which makes a rounded dome of broadly ovate, hairy, round-toothed, light green leaves and, in summer, short panicles of velvety, bell-shaped, white flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.99

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