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James H. Schutte

(Snow Crown Clustered Bellflower, White Clustered Bellflower)

Clustered bellflower is a vigorous, spreading perennial native to much of Europe and Asia. The cultivar 'Snow Crown' ('Schneekrone') bears dense clusters of starry white 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 repeat bloom. This cultivar works well in the perennial border or cottage garden.

(Bellflower)

Lavender bellflower is an abundantly flowering, dwarf, compact perennial originating in western Asia and Europe. Large bright-blue to white, bell-shaped flowers present themselves above lush, round, dark green foliage from spring throughout fall. In the first flush of summer flowers, the foliage is usually masked with scores upon scores of blooms.

Grow lavender bellflower in full sun to part shade in loose, moist but well-drained soil. The cooler the summer, the finer the performance of this plant....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Canterbury Bells)

Campanula medium, commonly called Canterbury bells, is a short-lived herbaceous perennial that originates from western Europe. In late spring to early summer, clumps of medium green basal foliage put forth tall leafy stems lined with large cup-shaped bells of blue, purple, white, or pink. There are many cultivars to include members of the floriferous Champion Series, which may have blue, pink or white flowers. Likewise, the distinctive flowers of the popular variety calycanthema look like floral...

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Jessie Keith

(Canterbury Bells, Champion Blue Improved Canterbury Bells)

Campanula medium, commonly called Canterbury bells, is a short-lived herbaceous perennial that originates from western Europe. In late spring to early summer, clumps of medium to dark green basal foliage put forth tall, uniform leafy stems lined with large cup-shaped bells of violet-blue. The cultivar 'Champion Blue Improved' is highly floriferous and has a neater, more uniform habit than standard Campanula medium. Once flowers are spent, plants will not rebloom. Canterbury bells prefer sites with...

(Canterbury Bells, Champion Lavender Canterbury Bells)

Campanula medium, commonly called Canterbury bells, is a short-lived herbaceous perennial that originates from western Europe. In late spring to early summer, clumps of medium to dark green basal foliage put forth tall, uniform leafy stems lined with large cup-shaped bells of lavender. The cultivar 'Champion Lavender' is highly floriferous and has a neater, more uniform habit than standard Campanula medium. Once flowers are spent, plants will not rebloom. Canterbury bells prefer sites with full to...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Canterbury Bells, Champion Pink Improved Canterbury Bells)

Campanula medium, commonly called Canterbury bells, is a short-lived herbaceous perennial that originates from western Europe. In late spring to early summer, clumps of medium to dark green basal foliage put forth tall, uniform leafy stems lined with large cup-shaped bells of pink. The cultivar 'Champion Pink Improved' is highly floriferous and has a neater, more uniform habit than standard Campanula medium. Once flowers are spent, plants will not rebloom. Canterbury bells prefer sites with full...

Image of Campanula medium (CHAMPION SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Champion Canterbury Bells)

Campanula medium, commonly called Canterbury bells, is a short-lived herbaceous perennial that originates from western Europe. In late spring to early summer, clumps of medium to dark green basal foliage put forth tall, uniform leafy stems lined with large cup-shaped bells of blue, purple, white, or pink. Members of the floriferous Champion Series are vigorous growers and may have blue, pink or white flowers. Once flowers are spent, plants will not rebloom. Canterbury bells prefer sites with full...

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Jessie Keith

(Peachleaf Bellflower)

The pretty blooms of this tried and true early perennial offer old-fashioned elegance to perennial gardens.

Peachleaf bellflower is a rhizomatous perennial originating from Russia, Asia and Eastern Europe. It forms spreading rosettes of lance-shaped leaves that give rise to tall leafy stems in early summer. The willowy stems are lined with large, open, bell-shaped blooms of white, pink or lavender-blue. These are typically single, though double-flowered varieties are available. Deadheading will...

(Blue Bell Peachleaf Bellflower, Peachleaf Bellflower)

From early to late summer, 'Blue Bell' bears many large, open, bell-shaped flowers of rich lavender-blue. They are airily displayed on tall, slender, branched stems emerging from rosettes of willowy, lance-shaped foliage. This beautiful plant is a form of peachleaf bellflower, a species originating from Europe, Asia and Russia.

Peachleaf bellflower prefers full sun to part shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. This perennial is a classic choice for cottage gardens and the foreground...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Blue-eyed Blonde Bellflower, Peachleaf Bellflower)

Peachleaf bellflower is a rhizomatous perennial originally native to Russia, Asia and Europe. Plants have lance-shaped leaves (likened in appearance to peach leaves) and bear long willowy stems of glossy, pendulous, bell shaped flowers that appear in early to late summer. This Terra Nova Nurseries introduction 'Blue-eyed Blonde' bears many nodding deep blue flowers on slender spikes throughout summer. Yielding to its name, this cultivar shows golden-yellow foliage rather than typical green. Plant...