CAMPANULA SEEDS

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  1. 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

    $3.57

  2. 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

    $3.45

  3. 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

    $3.02

  4. 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

    $3.21

  5. CAMPANULA SARMATICA

    This gorgeous, long-lived and trouble-free plant produces hairy grey stems and thick rubbery saggitate leaves, forming a perfect foil for the long succession of pendant blue-grey bells. "A great beauty and good sound perennial." (G.S.T.) ... Learn More

    $2.96

  6. CAMPANULA SAXIFRAGA

    A compact, spreading plant with slightly hairy, toothed leaves which may be evergreen and emerge in spring on creeping stems which bear the flowers which are bell shaped, deep violet blue, and much larger than you may expect from a plant of this size. It will thrive on stony walls and places in full sun providing the soil does not dry out completely. ... Learn More

    $3.21

  7. CAMPANULA SIBIRICA HOHENACKERI

    This tough, slowly-spreading, very hairy plant from the Caucasus and eastern Turkish mountains, produces numerous stems and large trumpet flowers, typical of C. trachelium but with the lance shaped leaves of C. persicifolia! This form has paler flowers than the norm. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  8. CAMPANULA SPECIOSA

    Bell-shaped, delicate blue flowers open atop thick, densely-hairy stems, clad in equally-hairy leaves. This rare sub-species of Campanula glomerata is found in high meadows and rocky slopes from Japan to Siberia. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  9. CAMPANULA TAKESIMANA

    A fine form collected from (generally out-of-bounds and inaccessible!) North Korea. Taller than normal stems hold large bells ranging from white to pale mauve, heavily spotted inside with maroon. These arise from a ground cover of rosettes of shiny heart-shaped leaves with very beautiful rust-red and bronzy sheens. It is a vigorous and worthwhile plant, which will slowly run around but we rarely have the heart to stop it here! Until recently it was on the "Pink List" of the National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens, which designates plants considered valuable and rare in cultivation. ... Learn More

    $3.27

  10. CAMPANULA TAKHTADZHIANII

    Obtained under this name from a European botanic garden, this non-running plant makes masses of long, thin stems bearing terminal bunches of flared blue bells. It has a sprawling habit finally making a low mound of curving stems bearing pointed, oval leaves. ... Learn More

    $2.72

  11. CAMPANULA THYRSOIDES

    A superb plant from the high Alps which is totally distinct from nearly all of the other 250 or so campanulas. It forms an attractive basal rosette of somewhat bristly, spatula-shaped leaves. From this eventually arises a thick, very leafy stem crowned by a glorious, very densely packed spike of fragrant creamy-yellow flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  12. CAMPANULA TOMMASINIANA

    This dwarf, compact perennial forms a leafy, often cascading, clump with nodding, unusually narrow, bell-shaped, light blue flowers on erect, elongated, leafy stems. It is native to the mountains of Croatia and adjoining areas where it blooms from early to mid summer. RHS Award of Garden Merit. ... Learn More

    $4.66

  13. CAMPANULA TRACHELIUM

    "Coventry-Bells" and "Bats-in-the-Belfry" are but two of the quaint old names for this bellflower which apparently came into cultivation in 1561. Stout stems carry wide blue bells, with thickly set leaves below. ... Learn More

    $2.36

  14. CAMPANULA TRACHELIUM ALBA

    Large flared ivory-white bells open along many strong stems which carry rough, nettle-like (but non-stinging!) leaves.The pure white version of this ancient cottage garden favourite comes quite true from seed as long as it is grown alone. This clump-forming, non-running plant will only spread by seed. ... Learn More

    $2.78

  15. CAMPANULA TRACHELIUM BLUE ENSIGN MIX

    We have produced a superb mixture of the two forms of this lovely flower, and you will get, in roughly equal proportions, sizeable, flared, ivory-white or deep blue bells, which open along many strong stems carrying rough, jagged-edged, nettle-like (but non-stinging!) leaves. This tough, long-lived, clump-forming, non-running plant will only spread by seed, and is one of the essential cottage-garden plants of olden days. ... Learn More

    $2.84

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