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Blooms of Bressingham

(Chettle Charm Peachleaf Bellflower, Peachleaf Bellflower)

The pretty peachleaf bellflower 'Chettle Charm' is an introduction from Blooms of Bressingham and has large white bells with blue-tinged edges. It is easy to grow, and 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...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Kelly's Gold Bellflower, Peachleaf Bellflower)

Peachleaf bellflower is a rhizomatous perennial that originates from 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 'Kelly's Gold' produces golden yellow foliage and white bellflowers. Grow peachleaf bellflower in a site with full sun to part shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soils. These perennials...

(Kent Belle Peachleaf Bellflower, Peachleaf Bellflower)

The cultivar ‘Kent Blue’ is a tall English selection with cool blue flowers. It is easy to grow, and the pretty blooms of this 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 of 'Kent Blue' support large, open, bell-shaped blooms of lavender-blue. Deadheading...

(La Bello Peachleaf Bellflower, Peachleaf Bellflower)

The patented cultivar 'La Bello' has upright sturdy stems lined with double bell-shaped flowers of ivory. It is easy to grow, and the pretty blooms of this early perennial offer old-fashioned elegance to perennial gardens. It was bred by Hubertus Oudshoorn of The Netherlands.

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 stems of 'La...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Peachleaf Bellflower, Powder Puff Peachleaf Bellflower)

Peachleaved bellflower is a rhizomatous perennial grown for its large, double white flowers which bloom in early and mid summer. The flowers emerge on strong stems from a rosette of thick, dark green, lance-shaped leaves, thought to resemble peach leaves. This plant is native to Russia, Asia and Eastern Europe where it thrives in average soil and full sun.

Deadheading will induce plants to rebloom in late summer, but fewer flowers are produced the second time around. This bellflower prefers sites...

(Peachleaf Bellflower, Takion Mix Peachleafed Bellflower)

‘Takion Mix’ is a compact strain of peachleaf bellflower, a rhizomatous perennial native to Russia, Asia and Europe. Attaining a mature size half that of the species, its slender, branched stems bear many large, nodding bell-shaped flowers in shades of lavender-blue to white. They are airily displayed throughout the summer atop rosettes of willowy, lance-shaped foliage.

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

(Peachleaf Bellflower, Takion White Peachleafed Bellflower)

‘Takion White’ is a compact form of peachleaf bellflower, a rhizomatous perennial native to Russia, Asia and Europe. Attaining a mature size half that of the species, its slender, branched stems bear many large, white, nodding bell-shaped flowers. They are airily displayed from early to late summer atop rosettes of willowy, lance-shaped foliage.

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

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James H. Schutte

(Peachleaf Bellflower, White Peachleaf Bellflower)

This tall old-fashioned perennial offers slender spikes of bright white bell-shaped flowers early in the season. It is easy to grow and elegant.

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 of this white-flowered form support large, open, bell-shaped blooms. Deadheading will encourage plants to rebloom, but fewer flowers...

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Jesse Saylor

(Dalmation Bellflower, Wall Bellflower)

Commonly known as Dalmation bellflower, this low-growing perennial originates from mountainous regions of Croatia. In late spring through early summer, it produces a generous display of rich purple, flaring, bell-shaped flowers. They appear atop low, vigorous mounds of rounded, toothed foliage which remain evergreen in all but the coldest areas, or when not protected by a blanket of snow.

Grow Dalmatian bellflower in full to partial sun, and provide with filtered shade in regions with hot summers....

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Jesse Saylor

(Serbian Bellflower)

Native to mountainous regions of southern Europe, Serbian bellflower forms low-growing mats of elongated, toothed, heart-shaped leaves which spread via underground runners. Pretty, star-shaped flowers are displayed atop the vigorous, semi-evergreen foliage in late spring through early summer, and may range in color from grayish-white to lavender and lilac-blue.

Serbian bellflower prefers full to partial sun, and may require more shade in regions with hot summers. An alpine species, it prefers...