Members of this genus vary widely in
habit and form. The one feature they all share are similar bloom shapes. Campanula flowers
are either star of bell shaped and have five petals. Most varieties come in shades of blue
but there are a few white and pink types available. Flowers can appear singly or in
clusters. Flowering times will vary depending upon the variety but most bloom the better
part of the growing season. Campanulas are easy to grow, but each variety requires
different conditions therefore we have provided growing requirements with each individual
listing inside the online catalog.
Zones: 4 - 9
Propagation: seed and divisions
Problems: slugs and snails / see notes
Notes: During cool damp weather, usually early spring, slugs and snails
can be a problem for Campanula. You can control the pests without the use of
poisonous baits. We recommend lures or traps that can be filled with beer.
Pictured above is Campanula 'Blue Clips'