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Campanula portenschlagiana – Bellflower

Campanula portenschlagiana is a perennial ground-cover. It grows to about 8-12 in or 20-30cm. It is rather easy to grow. It is a hardy evergreen. Campanula portenschlagiana is also known as Campanula muralis, Bellflower, Dalmatian Bellflower, Wall Bellflower, or Adria Bellflower. It is part of the Campanulaceae family of plants.

Campanula portenschlagiana is a low-growing variety with green slight rounder leaves and bell-shaped flowers. Flowers are violet-blue or white (Campanula portenschlagianaAmbella White‘).

Campanula Portenschlagiana
Campanula portenschlagiana ‘Ambella White’ at Potters Field Park, London, UK.

No scent but beautiful color. You can try deadheading the flowers to prolong it but there are a lot of them. Campanula Portenschlagiana is native to the Dalmatian Mountains in Croatia.

Campanula Portenschlagiana
Campanula portenschlagiana

Campanula portenschlagiana flowers from June to August but depending on the climate you might see them flower during other seasons as well. They are beautiful on the ground but also a nice addition in pots or rock gardens.

Grow Campanula portenschlagiana in the sun. Plant it in well-drained soil. It attracts bees and other beneficial insects such as ladybugs. It is disease and pest-free. It is also rabbit-resistant. Propagate Campanula portenschlagiana from seeds or basal cuttings.

Campanula Portenschlagiana
Campanula portenschlagiana
Campanula Portenschlagiana
Campanula portenschlagiana

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