100+ White Clustered Bell Flower Seeds- Campanula Glomerata AlbaFlower- CAMPANULA GLOMERATA- Pure White----B171

100+ White Clustered Bell Flower Seeds- Campanula Glomerata AlbaFlower- CAMPANULA GLOMERATA- Pure White----B171

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100+ White Clustered Bell Flower Seeds- Campanula Glomerata AlbaFlower- CAMPANULA GLOMERATA/ Immaculate White-B171

Campanula glomerata, known by the common names clustered bellflower is a species of flowering plant in the genus Campanula, belonging to the family Campanulaceae. It is the county flower of Rutland, England. Scientific name: Campanula glomerata 

Tips on How to Grow Campanula The perennial Bellflower gets its name from the flared bottoms of the flower blooms that give them the appearance of colorful bells. With varying plant heights that reach anywhere from 1- 6 feet (depending on the variety planted), these hardy plants make great additions to rock gardens and cottage gardens. Soil Requirements Bellflowers grow best is loose, well-draining soil with a pH range between 6-8. By creating a planting mixture that is 50% soil and 50% compost you will ensure healthy, long-living plants that will produce an abundance of beautiful flowers for years. Light Requirements Bellflowers will tolerate a little shade in the afternoon, but prefer to grow in a location that is in full sun.

The more direct sunlight the plant receives, the more blooms it will produce. Temperature and Humidity Requirements Warm days and cool nights are ideal for Bellflowers. These plants won’t grow well in regions with hot, tropical climates nor in regions that dip below 50 degrees at night. Bellflowers will develop powdery mildew in humid climates and soils that are kept overly moist. Watering Allow soil to feel dry to the touch between waterings. Soil should not be allowed to dry out completely and should never be soggy. Always apply water at soil level to prevent plant foliage from getting wet. Water early in the morning so the rising sun can quickly dry off any moisture that may have gotten on plant stems or foliage. Fertilizer Apply a balanced fertilizer, like a 10-10-10, once in the spring and again in mid-summer. Water plants thoroughly after fertilizing. A side dressing of organic compost can be applied to plants twice a year instead of non-organic fertilizer to keep the plants well fed and growing strong. Mulch Place a 3-inch layer of organic mulch, like straw or compost, on the soil surrounding the Bellflowers; keep mulch away from plant stems. Mulch will keep soil cool, help soil retain moisture and prevent weed growth. As the organic mulch decomposes it will also provide nutrients to the plants. Campanula glomerata (Clustered Bellflower) Profile: Name: Campanula pronounced Bloom Time: Bellflower bloom in the Summer time Length of Bloom: Around 3 to 4 weeks or more Height: Varies by species Spread: Varies by species Garden Uses: Ideal for groundcovers, mixed borders, containers, rock gardens; can be planted on slopes, flower beds (towards the back) Soil: Average, well-drained soil Light: Thrives in Full Sun to light shade Propagation: Sow seed in the Spring; for cultivars, take stem cuttings or divide in spring or fall USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: Zones 3 to 9