Canterbury Bells

Canterbury Bells - Seeds & Bulbs

Canterbury Bells
(Bellflower)

(Campanula medium)

What an elegant flower! This dramatic, tall plant is an excellent backdrop for your shorter annuals and perennials. Flower colors include purple, violet, blue, lavender, pink and white. The bell-shaped flowers will remind you of an English cottage garden. Spring to early summer bloomer. Also works well as a cut flower. Easy to grow from seed.

Flower Type: Biennial
Bloom Time: Spring
Height:2' to 3' tall
Exposure: Light shade or sun

When to Sow Outside: Late spring or early summer for blooms the second year. This plant is a biennial which produces foliage the first year and flowers the second year.
When to Sow Inside: Six to eight weeks before the last frost. It may bloom the first year if started indoors.
Seed Spacing: 1"
Seed Depth: Press onto surface of the soil.
Days to Emerge: 15 - 20
Thinning: 6" - 2' apart

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