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Plants Matching campanula poscharskyana

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(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...

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(Blue Waterfall Bellflower, Serbian Bellflower)

‘Camgood’ produces a breathtaking display of starry, violet-blue flowers in late spring and early summer. Often sold under the name ‘Blue Waterfall’, it is a selection of Serbian bellflower, a species native to mountainous regions of southern Europe. This vigorous perennial forms a low mat of elongated, toothed, heart-shaped foliage which spreads via underground runners. The semi-evergreen leaves may develop attractive red tints in cold weather.

Serbian bellflower prefers full to partial...

(Serbian Bellflower, Stella Bellflower)

From late spring through early summer, ‘Stella’ produces a breathtaking display of starry, violet-blue flowers contrasted with striking, white centers. It is a selection of Serbian bellflower, a species native to mountainous regions of southern Europe. This vigorous perennial forms a low mat of elongated, toothed, heart-shaped foliage which spreads via underground runners. The semi-evergreen leaves may develop attractive red tints in cold weather.

Serbian bellflower prefers full to partial...