Bells Flower Seeds

Cluster Bellflower (Campanula Glomerata Acaulis) - This smaller variety of Campanula is great for the front of the flower garden and is easily grown from Bellflower seeds. Clustered Bellflower Acaulis has compact foliage and forms a low mound of large green leaves with taller stems.

Bellflower (Campanula Longistyla Isabella) - With old-fashioned charm, Bellflower seeds produce a graceful perennial that is welcomed in many different landscape settings. Campanula Isabella features purple bell-shaped flowers 1/2 - 1 1/2 inches long with the flowers trailing at the very end of the green foliage.

Peach-leaved Bellflower (Campanula Persicifolia Blue) - Perfect for the cutting garden, start these Bellflower seeds and grow a wonderfully performing perennial. Grow both the white and blue varieties together for a charming display. Peach-leaved Bellflower (Campanula Persicifolia White) - Growing these Campanula seeds is a wonderful way to add this white Bellflower to your perennial garden. This Peach-leaved Bellflower, Campanula Persicifolia, is an amazing cup-shaped flower that forms on long stems reaching nearly 40 inches tall.

Bellflower (Campanula Glomerata Superba) - Bellflower seeds are so rewarding to grow and they establish into a hardy, reliable perennial that makes a great addition to the flower bed. Adored by hummingbirds and butterflies, Bellflower Superba blooms significantly in early summer on compact plants.

Bellflower (Campanula Carpatica White) - Easy-to-grow from flower seed, Campanula carpatica or White Bellflower is easy to establish and always dependable. These lovely white-flowered little plants are gardeners' favorites. hummingbirds!

Canterbury Bells (Campanula Medium Blue) - Start these old-fashioned favorites from Canterbury Bells seed and enjoy the familiar bell-shaped flowers, held upright in long, loose clusters. Campanula Canterbury Bells are wonderful for garden color in late spring and early summer. They also make great cut flowers, so bring the beauty of your garden inside!


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