CAMPANULA SEEDS

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  1. CAMPANULA PERSICIFOLIA

    This old-fashioned cottage garden flower makes mats of foliage which slowly creep to form good ground cover and is evergreen in all but the worst winters. From late spring to midsummer the tall stems of wide-open bell flowers, which are cup-shaped and can be either lilac-blue or white, regularly appear, and are very good for cutting. It can flower sometimes as late as September in a cold year. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  2. CAMPANULA PERSICIFOLIA ALBA

    Upright slender spikes of large, white, nodding, papery, bell-shaped flowers open from June to August over a low mound of foliage. They are impressive in the border and also perfect for cutting for the house. This is the white form of this classic border plant which grows well in most soil types whether in full sun or partial shade. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  3. CAMPANULA PERSICIFOLIA 'TELHAM BEAUTY'

    This splendid variety has rosettes of narrow, bright green leaves, and slender spikes of translucent, china-blue bells in early summer. Old clumps benefit from being divided every few years and being replanted into enriched soil. It is wonderful with old-fashioned roses and bearded irises, and gives a real cottage garden charm to a sunny border and is also a superb, long-lasting cut flower. ... Learn More

    $3.80

  4. CAMPANULA POSCHARSKYANA

    This astonishingly tough rockery plant bears in spring and summer sprays of violet starry flowers. Vigorous and fast growing, it is one of the easiest and long-flowering of all rockery plants, and able to stand almost complete drying out once established in a wall. Unlike many others it will self-seed into cracks making a fantastic display! ... Learn More

    $3.80

  5. CAMPANULA POSCHARSKYANA VAR. LANATA

    This unusual plant is an attractive, furry-leafed form of this lovely plant that occurred here many years ago! An astonishingly tough rockery plant, it bears in spring and summer sprays of violet starry flowers. Vigorous and fast growing, it is one of the easiest and long-flowering of all rockery plants, and able to stand almost complete drying out once established in a wall. Unlike many others species it will self-seed into cracks making a fantastic display! ... Learn More

    $4.07

  6. CAMPANULA PRIMULIFOLIA

    Violet-eyed, open, blue stars densely stud many hairy stems which arise from hairy, primrose-like foliage. This splendid gem flowers late in the season, July and August, and will naturalise if you are lucky, gently self-seeding. One of the few bell flowers that will thrive and prosper on a hot dry bank! ... Learn More

    $3.93

  7. CAMPANULA PUNCTATA NANA

    This is the very dwarfest form of this hardy perennial with large, pale pink tubular bells produced in early summer, with the occasional white form popping up. It is excellent, whether in a large container or the border, performing well in sun or partial shade. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  8. CAMPANULA PUNCTATA NANA ALBA

    The long, fat, pendulous bells on this tiny spreading dwarf are as large and impressive as on the larger varieties and are mainly in pure white, but sometimes with the odd pink seedling appearing which you can pull out (and transplant elsewhere!) . ... Learn More

    $3.93

  9. CAMPANULA PUNCTATA 'PARTY PINK'

    Large, fat, tubular, bell-shaped, dusky pink flowers are liberally spotted with crimson within. This lovely plant, native to Siberia and Japan has heart-shaped foliage on short to medium stems on a slowly creeping rhizome. Seed collected strictly from bright pink flowered plants. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  10. CAMPANULA RAPUNCULOIDES

    Drooping, violet, starry bells flower in long succession on graceful stems, which spread freely by running roots. If you want to add colour to a wild area this is the one. Also known as Creeping Bellflower, this plant has always enchanted the unwary, but is beautiful when naturalised in thin grass. ... Learn More

    $2.97

  11. CAMPANULA RAPUNCULUS

    This introduced ornamental wild flower bears panicles of funnel-shaped, blue or white flowers in July and August. But additionally it is a most unusual salad plant! It is grown both for its white, firm and crisp roots from October through winter and its salad leaves which are used like spinach. And another fact: The Brothers Grimm's tale of Rapunzel took its name from this plant! ... Learn More

    $2.83

  12. CAMPANULA RIGIDIPILA

    This rare plant from Ethiopia and the Kenyan highlands, is the world's most southerly occuring campanula. From a bone-hardy clump of thick, triangular, hairy grey-green leaves, arise strong stems carrying bearded blue bell-flowers. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  13. CAMPANULA ROCKERY MIXED

    We collect seed from all of our tiny treasures, but few give enough to list, so we mix them all together in this choice selection of dwarf species. ... Learn More

    $3.93

  14. CAMPANULA ROTUNDIFOLIA

    The true wild "Harebell" or "Bluebell-of-Scotland" is a too-rarely grown little gem. Long-flowering and easy to please in any position, it produces masses of dangling blue bells on long thin stems over an extended mid-summer period. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  15. CAMPANULA ROTUNDIFOLIA WHITE GEM

    This is the seldom-seen, pure white version of the true wild "Harebell" or "Bluebell-of-Scotland" and is a too-rarely-grown little gem. Long-flowering and easy to please in any position, it produces masses of dangling white bells on long thin stems over an extended mid-summer period. ... Learn More

    $3.66

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