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Trailing Bellflowers

Trailing Bellflowers

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This drought-resistant ground cover is populated with beautiful lilac-blue, star-shaped flowers. Let it cascade down walls, hang from a planter or fill your rock garden. It will grow in almost any soil.

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Light: Full sun to partial shade
Height: 6-8"
Deer Resistant
Bloom Time: Mid to late summer
Size: Potted
Zones: 4 to 7

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Trailing Bellflowers Product Details

Botanical Name: Campanula poscharskyana
Form: Herbaceous groundcover
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 6 - 8"
Spread: 20 - 28"
Spacing: 18 - 24"; 12-18" for quicker cover
Hardiness Zone: 4 - 7
Foliage Type: Rounded or heart-shaped leaves with toothed edges.
Flower Form: Panicles of star-shaped flowers.
Flower Color: Lilac blue.
Flowering Date: Mid to late summer
Planting Requirements: Set at the same level it is in the pot.
Soil Requirements: Any well-drained garden soil. Use potting soil if potted.
Growth Rate: Vigorous
Unique Characteristics: Vigorous, drought-resistant groundcover with a sprawling or hanging habit covered in beautiful lilac-blue star-shaped flowers. Well-suited for planting on walls to cascade down. Tolerant of poor soils.
Pruning: none
Additional Information: This perennial spreads by underground runners.
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Fill your garden with these wonderful blue beauties: Trailing Bellflowers. This plant variety is great for ground cover, with flowers that bloom from mid to late summer, with a second flourish during the fall. The lilac blue, star-shaped flowers are pretty and dainty, and would be a very nice addition to your patio or garden. These flowers are accentuated with heart-shaped or round leaved that have spiky edges, which is just the perfect match to the delicate flowers. The Campanula poscharskyana is easy to grow, and vigorously spreads around 20" to 28" around, making it a great plant for landscaping projects. The trailing bellflowers are a good choice for rock gardens or for edging. Bellflowers can also be planted on a trellis to achieve a cascade of blue flowers, just like a blue waterfall.

Trailing bellflowers can be planted in almost any type of soil and flourish in areas that receive either full sunlight or partial shade. Campanula bellflowers are winter-hardy plants, allowing them to be in a healthy condition even throughout the winter months. A flourish of trailing bellflowers provides a beautiful lush environment that will keep your home garden looking pretty, especially when combined with other types of colorful flowers.

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