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    This lovely diminutive native of of the Dalmatian mountains makes compact tufts of narrow grass-like leaves, 2 to 4 inches in length, with drooping flower-stems which become erect later. Violet-blue starry bell-shaped flowers appear in clusters in July and August. Rarely seen, this tough little gem is perfect for the alpine garden or front of border. ... Learn More



    This bellflower relative is a rock garden plant that is also suitable for growing on the top of a wall or in an alpine trough. It makes low tufts of narrow, grass-like leaves, with short prostrate stems holding clusters or balls of violet-blue bells in early summer. This lovely effect resembles a mound of grass surrounded by a ring of flowers. ... Learn More



    Certainly the smallest and perhaps the best of the genus with large, rich blue, up-facing bell-flowers resting on low bun-like mounds of thin, silvery leaves. This should definitely be a trough or alpine house item. ... Learn More



    One of the very smallest species, this makes clumps of thin, grass-like foliage, topped with blue, skywards-facing bell-flowers. This prize-winner is absolutely superb in a pan, scree or rock garden. ... Learn More



    One of the most beautiful species available, this is a low growing, prostrate, cushion-forming plant with small dark green, spoon-shaped leaves. In summer large, brilliant dark violet, flared bell-flowers, up to one inch across, open on very short stems. A good specimen for the show bench! ... Learn More



    From an inconspicuous green tuft of grassy leaves, sprout six inch stems bearing clusters of large, bright purple flowers, each blooming spike being around two inches across. This plant, a native of the Balkans, demands a location with good drainage such as a pot, rock garden, or alpine trough. ... Learn More


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