Campanula seeds

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Campanula, also known as bellflower, is a beautiful and easy-to-grow herbaceous perennial that can add a touch of elegance to any garden. Native to Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia, Campanula is known for its distinctive bell-shaped blossoms that come in many varieties, sizes, and colors. The hues you’re most likely to find it in are purple and blue, but white and pink shades are also available 

Campanula is a symbol of gratitude, humility, and everlasting love and is associated with Venus, the Roman goddess of love . It’s no wonder that so many are fond of this gorgeous bloom.

Growing Campanula is a breeze, and it will return year after year. If you live in zones three to nine, per the United States’ Plant Hardiness Zone map, then you should have no problem growing Campanula at home . The plant does best when situated in full sunlight to part shade .

Campanula is an ornamental flower that can be used as a border, in a rock garden, or hanging in a container . It’s invasive, so it’s best to keep it contained. Depending on the variety you plant, they can grow from a few inches to four feet in both height and width .

Here are some popular Campanula varieties that you can consider growing:

Campanula persicifolia: A graceful plant with white to blue flowers and foliage that’s narrow and glossy with a bright green color. It prefers medium moisture, well-drained soil, and grows in zones three to seven .
Campanula Americana: Often called “tall bellflower,” blooms from June to August. It’s native to moist open woods, moist meadows, streambanks, and ditches in shady areas of North America. It grows in zones four to seven to as high as six feet .
To ensure that your Campanula thrives, it needs to stay hydrated, so water the plant when the soil feels dry. And be sure to trim dead heads regularly to promote growth .