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Image of Campanula garganica photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Adriatic Bellflower)

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...

Image of Campanula glomerata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Clustered Bellflower, Dane's Blood)

Native to much of Eurasia and long cultivated in gardens, this vigorous, spreading perennial is grown for its impressive clusters of bell-shaped flowers in shades of white, purple, and blue. They appear from late spring into summer atop stout, erect stems set with broad hairy leaves. Some noteworthy cultivars include ‘Superba’, with deep purple flowers and dark green leaves, and the mauve-pink-flowered 'Caroline'.

Grow clustered bellflower in fertile, moist, but well-drained soil in sun or partial...

(Caroline Clustered Bellflower, Clustered Bellflower, Dane's Blood)

Clustered bellflower is a vigorous, spreading perennial native to much of Europe and Asia. The cultivar 'Caroline' bears dense clusters of pale mauve-pink bell-flowers on stout upright stems from late spring into summer. The leaves are round and fuzzy.

Grow this medium-sized perennial in moist but well-drained soil in sun to partial shade. Cut back the spent flower stems to encourage reblooming. It works well in the perennial border or cottage garden.

(Clustered Bellflower)

Native to much of Eurasia and long cultivated in gardens, this vigorous, spreading perennial is grown for its impressive clusters of bell-shaped flowers in shades of white, purple, and blue. They appear from late spring into summer atop stout, erect stems set with broad hairy leaves. Some noteworthy cultivars include ‘Superba’, with deep purple flowers and dark green leaves, and the mauve-pink-flowered 'Caroline'.

Grow clustered bellflower in fertile, moist, but well-drained soil in sun or partial...

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Jesse Saylor

(Clustered Bellflower, Dane's Blood, Joan Elliott Clustered Bellflower)

Clustered bellflower is a medium-sized, vigorously spreading herbaceous perennial native to Europe and Asia. The cultivar 'Joan Elliott' bears dense spikes of deep violet, up-facing, bell-shaped flowers in late spring and early summer atop stiff stems set with large oval leaves.

This bellflower prefers full sun to part shade and well drained soil. It makes a nice if somewhat aggressive addition to mixed borders and meadow plantings. Deadhead to encourage rebloom.

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Yoder Brothers

(Clustered Bellflower, Dane's Blood)

Clustered bellflower is a vigorous, spreading perennial native to much of Europe and Asia. The seed-grown cultivar 'Superba' bears dramatic dense clusters of rich purple, bell-shaped flowers. They bloom from late spring into summer on stout reddish stems with broad hairy leaves.

Grow 'Superba' in moist but well-drained soil in sun to partial shade. Cut back the spent flower stems to encourage repeat bloom. It's a splendid plant for the middle or back of the perennial border.

Image of Campanula glomerata (BELLEFLEUR™ BLUE, BELLEFLEUR™ SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Clustered Bellflower)

Native to much of Eurasia and long cultivated in gardens, this vigorous, spreading perennial is grown for its impressive clusters of bell-shaped flowers in shades of white, purple, and blue. They appear from late spring into summer atop stout, erect stems set with broad hairy leaves. Some noteworthy cultivars include ‘Superba’, with deep purple flowers and dark green leaves, and the mauve-pink-flowered 'Caroline'.

Grow clustered bellflower in fertile, moist, but well-drained soil in sun or partial...

Image of Campanula glomerata (BELLEFLEUR™ SERIES) photo by: Yoder Brothers

Yoder Brothers

(Clustered Bellflower)

Native to much of Eurasia and long cultivated in gardens, this vigorous, spreading perennial is grown for its impressive clusters of bell-shaped flowers in shades of white, purple, and blue. They appear from late spring into summer atop stout, erect stems set with broad hairy leaves. Some noteworthy cultivars include ‘Superba’, with deep purple flowers and dark green leaves, and the mauve-pink-flowered 'Caroline'.

Grow clustered bellflower in fertile, moist, but well-drained soil in sun or partial...

Image of Campanula glomerata var. acaulis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Clustered Bellflower, Dane's Blood)

Clustered bellflower is a medium-sized, vigorously colonizing herbaceous perennial native to Europe and Asia. The dwarf form Campanula glomerata var. acaulis bears dense spikes of violet bell-shaped flowers in late spring and early summer above spreading clumps of large oval leaves.

This bellflower prefers full sun to part shade and well drained soil. It makes a nice if somewhat aggressive addition to mixed borders and meadow plantings, self-sowing where happy. Deadhead to encourage rebloom.

Image of Campanula glomerata var. alba photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(White Clustered Bellflower)

Clustered bellflower is a vigorous, spreading perennial native to much of Europe and Asia. The seed-grown cultivar 'Alba' bears impressive clusters of starry white bell-flowers on stout upright stems from late spring into summer. The leaves are broad and fuzzy.

Grow 'Alba' in moist but well-drained soil in sun to partial shade. Cut back the spent flower stems to encourage reblooming. It works well in the perennial border or cottage garden.