CAMPANULA CARPATICA BLUE THE TRUEST BLUE EVER! GROUNDCOVER $2.30 $1.50

CAMPANULA CARPATICA BLUE HEAVEN – A GROUNDCOVER WITH THE MOST VIVID BLUE YOU WILL EVER SEE! LONG LASTING WITH HUNDREDS UPON HUNDREDS OF FLOWERS ON EACH PLANT!

Description
The Campanulas are favourite garden perennials, and close relatives of the Bluebells or Harebells, which are treasured wildflowers both in America and Europe.

This is a wonderful blooming groundcover, perfect for the front of the garden. The botanical species name carpatica tells you its native to the Carpathian Mountains in eastern Europe, thus one of its common names, Carpathian harebell.

Easy to grow and always dependable, these lovely little plants are always gardeners favourites.

Upright, open bell-shaped flowers completely cover the foliage of this late-blooming Campanula for several months in summer. This small plant is suitable for the front of the border or a rock garden. Numerous cultivars are available. Plant in moist but well-drained soil in sun or partial shade.

Grow Notes
Campanula plants need a well-drained soil enriched with plenty of organic matter in a sunny or partly shaded position.

Keep the soil moist, but not wet.

Protect from snails, slugs, and aphids while young.

Sow
Sow direct or raise seedlings in late Winter, Spring and Autumn at a depth of 3mm and 20cm spacing. Campanula seeds can also be sown via the ‘scatter seed’ method. Simply roughen the soil, scatter seeds, then lightly cover the seeds with soil.

The seeds are quite small so you may prefer to mix with sand or find potting mix to help with sowing.

Germination
10- 14 days at 18-22°C

Maturity
150 days, Perennial plant.

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