railing Bellflower

Trailing Bellflower - Campanula poscharskyana Campanula poscharskyana


Colour: Blue
Flowering: June - November
Height: Up to 6" (15 cms)
Family: Campanulaceae
Trailing Bellflower    

The trailing bellflower is a pretty perennial which grows rampant in the right conditions. The blue flowers are made up of five or six long, narrow petals to form a star shape, about 2 cms diameter. The hairy leaves are rounded with a ragged edge.

This plant is excellent for groundcover or rock gardens.


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