Conanthera campanulata is a bulbous perennial. It is native to Chile. It is part of the Tecophilaeaceae family of plants. The flowers grow on branched panicle. They are violet and bell-shaped. They have six petals. Conanthera campanulata flowers in the summer. It grows to about 40cm or 16in tall.
How to grow Conanthera campanulata:
Grow Conanthera campanulata in the sun. Shelter from strong wind, rain, or frost. Plant it in sandy, loamy, well-drained soil. Water it well during growth season. And keep it dryer during the dormant season. Propagate by seed or offsets.
Other synonyms for Conanthera campanulata include: