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A large genus of over 300 species widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere, especially the Mediterranean. "Campa" comes from the Latin "bell" and refers to the predominantly bell-shaped flowers. A genus of great diversity, ranging from stately border plants to rock garden specimens. Easy to grow and do well in any fertile soil in sun or light shade.

CAMPANULA alliariifoliaLate Summer676
30cm  Zone: 3
One of the few white-flowering species bearing nodding, white bellflowers. Attractive heart-shaped grey-green foliage.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
50 seeds  $3.50   

CAMPANULA cervicariaSummer712
Bristly Bellflower120cm  Zone: 3
Native to northern and central Europe and endangered or protected in some areas. A tall biennial Campanula which would look very fine and be happy naturalized on the edges of a woodland. The flowers are blue and clustered, reminiscent of C. glomerata, except that the clusters line the solitary, tall stems. Wild collected in Sweden.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
200 seeds  $4.25   

CAMPANULA persicifolia Summer690
Peach Leaved Bellflower45-60cm  Zone: 2
The best-known hardy Campanula for the border. Large 5cm nodding flowers and leathery, toothed leaves, blooming in summer and sporadically onwards right through the first frosts if the individual flowers are pinched off as they fade.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
100 seeds  $3.25   

CAMPANULA persicifolia mix691
This is a mix of the blue and white forms.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
100 seeds  $3.25   

CAMPANULA rotundifoliaAll season695
Harebell30cm  Zone: 2
This species is native throughout the northern hemisphere. Also known as the Bluebells of Scotland, it is well entrenched in the verse and song of that country. Rounded basal leaves account for the species name. Wide, pendulous blue-violet bells the entire gardening season. Should be in every garden. Performance is best in northern climates. Wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
200+ seeds  $3.50   

CAMPANULA thyrsoides carniolicaMid to Late Summer699
Yellow Bellflower45-100cm  Zone: 3
Native to Austria and northern Yugoslavia. This subspecies occurs in the southeastern Alps and the Dinaric Arc. It differs from the species by having a longer flower raceme, but with flowers less dense. It also flowers from bottom to top over a much longer period of time. the much faster flowering of the species thyrsoides is more favourable in the short growing season in the high Alps where seed production must be secured before temperature drops. With a monocarpic habit, forming a large, flat, narrow-leaved grayish rosette the first season, followed in its flowering year by a striking spike carrying pale yellow clustered flowers. For the larger rock garden or as a vertical accent in a sunny, well-drained spot.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
20 seeds  $4.25   

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