Ernst Benary® Inc.
(Carpathian Bellflower, Carpathian Harebell, White Clips Bellflower)
Named for the eastern European mountains that it calls home, Carpathian harebell is a low-growing, mounding perennial grown for its summer-long succession of broad, up-facing bell-flowers. The cultivar ‘White Clips’ bears large chalk-white flowers above compact hummocks of pale green leaves. It comes true from seed.
Give 'White Clips' fertile, moist, well-drained soil in sun to partial shade. This popular perennial is ideally suited to a sunny stone wall or rock garden. Also try it in mixed borders,...
James H. Schutte
(Carpathian Bellflower, Carpathian Harebell, White Uniform Bellflower)
‘White Uniform’ lends a crisp look to the garden with its abundance of starry, bowl-shaped, pure white flowers. The snowy, upfacing blossoms are displayed atop compact, tight-growing mounds of small, toothed, bright green foliage. Attractive to bees and butterflies, they bloom over an extra long period from late spring through summer.
This cultivar is derived from Carpathian bellflower, a species native to the Carpathian mountains of central Europe. It requires full to part sun and moist but...
(Carpathian Bellflower, Clips Bellflower)
Carpathian harebell is a low-growing perennial native to the Carpathian Mountains of Eastern Europe. This popular herbaceous alpine perennial forms prostrate mounds and has small pale to medium green leaves. In late spring to fall it puts forth large, upward facing, open bell-shaped flowers of blue, white or purple. There are many cultivars of Carpathian harebell, like members of the compact Clips and Pearl series. This perennial prefers sites with full to partial sun and fertile, well drained soil....
James H. Schutte
(Carpathian Bellflower, Pearl Carpathian Bellflower)
Carpathian harebell is a mounding, herbaceous perennial native to the Carpathian Mountains of Eastern Europe. Members of the Pearl Series include 'Pearl White', 'Pearl Deep Blue' and 'Pearl Light Blue'. All bloom more profusely than standard Campanula carpatica and have dwarf habits. In late spring to fall they put forth large, upward facing, open bell-shaped flowers of blue, white, pink or purple. This perennial prefers sites with full to partial sun and fertile, well drained soil. Enjoy this everblooming...
Ernst Benary® Inc.
The delicate, pendulous violet-blue flowers of fairy’s thimbles are exceptionally sweet. Native to the alpine regions of Europe, this hardy perennial is perfectly suited to areas with cool summers. The low mounded plants slowly spread by stolons, eventually forming mats, and become covered with small, bright green, coarsely toothed leaves. In summer, slender, dainty stems appear holding many pendulous, bell-shaped flowers of violet-blue. White-flowered cultivars are also available.
(Bavaria Blue Bellflower, Bellflower, Fairies' Thimbles)
‘Bavaria Blue’ is a selection of fairies' thimbles, a bellflower species native to alpine regions of Europe. This low-growing perennial forms rosettes of small, rounded, toothed, heart-shaped leaves which are topped with a flurry of small, nodding, thimble-shaped flowers of vivid sky blue. The dainty but prolific blossoms are held singly atop numerous, short, wiry stems, and bloom in late spring, continuing well into summer where temperatures are cool.
This diminutive mountain beauty requires...
(Bellflower, Blue Wonder Bellflower, Fairies' Thimbles)
Fairies' thimbles is a dainty, dwarf, creeping herbaceous perennial native to the mountains of Europe. Its cultivar 'Blue Wonder' bears fully double, pale lavender-blue flowers in summer above tidy mounds of ear-shaped leaves.
'Blue Wonder' prefers sun to part shade and loamy, well-drained soil. It makes an excellent rock garden or crevice plant.
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(Elizabeth Oliver Bellflower, Fairies' Thimbles)
‘Elizabeth Oliver’ bellflower, also known as Fairies' Thimbles is a dainty dwarf creeping perennial found in the alpine regions of Europe. Green, tidy mounds of ear-shaped leaves sport double, drooping white flowers on wiry stems from midsummer to early fall.
These tiny bellflowers prefer sun to part shade and well-drained soil; they thrive in cool mountain summers. Create magic by planting fairies’ thimbles in alpine gardens or the crevices of rock walls. Or enjoy them close up in containers...
Ernst Benary® Inc.
Lovely among rocks and displaying exquisitely colored flowers in early summer, the Adriatic bellflower also has pretty foliage. A spreading, low, mat-forming perennial, it is native to the highlands of southern Europe, Italy to the Black Sea.
This bellflower has two forms of medium green leaves. The basal leaves are small and kidney or heart-shaped with small teeth on their edges. Leaves that cling to the upright flower stems are heart-shaped. In early to midsummer, star-like, bright blue flowers...
(Adriatic Bellflower, Dickson's Gold Bellflower)
In early to midsummer, the star-like, sky-blue blossoms of ‘Dickson’s Gold’ bellflower create a sweep of cool color atop its bright, yellow-green foliage. The small, toothed, heart-shaped leaves form compact mounds, and hold their color best if given afternoon shade. Derived from an alpine species native to the highlands of southern Europe, the brilliant flowers of this diminutive beauty are attractive to bees and small butterflies.
Grow 'Dickson's Gold' in partial sun, providing afternoon...