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Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba'

Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' - A Majestic and Elegant Perennial Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba', commonly known as Chimney Bellflower, is a majestic and elegant perennial (sometimes biennial) that adds a striking vertical element to any garden. Renowned for its impressive height and stunning white, star-shaped flowers, this plant is perfect for creating a focal point in borders, cottage gardens, and architectural plantings. 'Alba' provides both height and a touch of classic beauty to your garden landscape. The standout feature of Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' is its towering flower spikes adorned with numerous white, star-shaped blooms. These flowers appear in summer, forming a spectacular display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The tall, sturdy spikes rise dramatically above the foliage, making 'Alba' an excellent choice for adding height and architectural interest to garden beds and borders. Caring for Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Alba' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage robust growth and continuous blooming, provide support for the tall flower spikes and deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and towering white flowers, Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' is a magnificent addition to any garden, offering height, elegant colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Chimney BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; white, star-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennial/biennialEventual Height/Spread: 150-200 cm height; 50-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, dramatic flower spikes; excellent for borders and architectural interest

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Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue'

Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' - A Majestic and Towering Perennial Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue', commonly known as Chimney Bellflower, is a majestic and towering perennial (sometimes biennial) that brings dramatic vertical interest to any garden. Known for its impressive height and stunning blue, star-shaped flowers, this plant is perfect for creating a focal point in borders, cottage gardens, and architectural plantings. 'Blue' adds both height and vibrant colour to your garden landscape. The standout feature of Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' is its towering flower spikes covered in a multitude of blue, star-shaped blooms. These flowers appear in summer, forming a striking display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The tall, sturdy spikes rise dramatically above the foliage, making 'Blue' an excellent choice for adding height and architectural interest to garden beds and borders. Caring for Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Blue' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage robust growth and continuous blooming, provide support for the tall flower spikes and deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and towering blue flowers, Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' is a magnificent addition to any garden, offering height, vibrant colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Chimney BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; blue, star-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennial/biennialEventual Height/Spread: 150-200cm height; 50-60cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, dramatic flower spikes; excellent for borders and architectural interest

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Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'

Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'

Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' - A Stunning and Elegant Perennial Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty', commonly known as Peach-Leaved Bellflower, is a stunning and elegant perennial that adds height and grace to any garden. This variety is renowned for its tall spikes of pale blue to white, bell-shaped flowers that bloom from early summer to mid-summer. 'Telham Beauty' is perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and cutting gardens, providing vertical interest and delicate beauty. The standout feature of Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' is its tall flower spikes covered in numerous bell-shaped blooms. These flowers, in shades ranging from pale blue to white, create a beautiful display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The blooms rise above the narrow, lance-shaped foliage, adding height and elegance to garden beds and borders. The flowers are also excellent for cutting, allowing you to enjoy their beauty indoors. Caring for Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Telham Beauty' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and elegant pale blue to white flowers, Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering height, delicate colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Peach-Leaved BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Early summer to mid-summer; pale blue to white, bell-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, elegant flower spikes; excellent for borders and cut flowers

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Campanula persicifolia 'Blue'

Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' - A Graceful and Reliable Perennial Campanula persicifolia 'Blue', commonly known as Peach-Leaved Bellflower, is a graceful and reliable perennial that enhances any garden with its tall spikes of blue, bell-shaped flowers. Perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and cutting gardens, this plant adds vertical interest and a splash of cool colour to garden settings. 'Blue' is known for its long blooming period and elegant appearance, making it a favourite among gardeners. The standout feature of Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' is its slender flower spikes adorned with numerous blue, bell-shaped blooms. These flowers appear from early summer to mid-summer, creating a striking display that attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies. The flowers rise above the narrow, lance-shaped foliage, adding height and a touch of elegance to garden beds and borders. The blooms are also ideal for cutting, allowing you to enjoy their beauty indoors. Caring for Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Blue' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and stunning blue flowers, Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' is a fantastic addition to any garden, providing height, colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Peach-Leaved BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula persicifolia 'Blue'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Early summer to mid-summer; blue, bell-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, graceful flower spikes; excellent for borders and cut flowers

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Campanula medium 'Rose'

Campanula medium 'Rose' - A Tall and Elegant Flowering Plant Campanula medium 'Rose', commonly known as Canterbury Bells, is a tall and elegant biennial or short-lived perennial that brings a touch of classic beauty to the garden. Known for its striking rose-pink, bell-shaped flowers, this plant is ideal for borders, cottage gardens, and cutting gardens. 'Rose' adds vertical interest and a pop of colour, creating a stunning focal point in any garden setting. The standout feature of Campanula medium 'Rose' is its tall flower spikes adorned with large, bell-shaped blooms. These rose-pink flowers bloom from late spring to early summer, creating a beautiful display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The elegant spikes rise above the foliage, making it an excellent choice for adding height and drama to garden beds and borders. The flowers are also perfect for cutting, allowing you to bring their beauty indoors. Caring for Campanula medium 'Rose' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Rose' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and stunning rose-pink flowers, Campanula medium 'Rose' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering tall, elegant blooms and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout its flowering period. Common Name: Canterbury BellsLatin Name: Campanula medium 'Rose'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late spring to early summer; rose-pink, bell-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy biennial/perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, elegant flower spikes; excellent for borders and cut flowers

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Campanula garganica

Campanula garganica - A Delicate and Spreading Perennial Campanula garganica, commonly known as Adriatic Bellflower, is a delightful perennial that creates a carpet of star-shaped lavender-blue flowers. This charming plant is perfect for rock gardens, edging, and containers, bringing a touch of elegance and colour to various garden settings. Its low-growing habit and prolific blooms make it a favourite for adding a soft, spreading ground cover. The defining feature of Campanula garganica is its abundant star-shaped flowers. Blooming from late spring to summer, these delicate lavender-blue blossoms create a stunning display against the green foliage. The flowers attract pollinators such as bees, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. The dense mat of foliage remains attractive even when the plant is not in bloom, providing year-round ground cover. Caring for Campanula garganica is simple, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant this bellflower in well-drained, moderately fertile soil, ensuring it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To maintain a tidy appearance and encourage more blooms, trim back any spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and charming blooms, Campanula garganica is a lovely addition to any garden, offering delicate colour and effective ground cover throughout the growing season. Common Name: Adriatic BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula garganicaSoil: Well-drained, moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late spring to summer; star-shaped lavender-blue flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 10-15cm height; 30-45cm spreadSpecial Feature: Ground-hugging growth habit; excellent for rock gardens and edging

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