Purple Bell flowers perennial

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Campanula 'Birch Hybrid' is a groundcover that bears 1-inch-long fluted lavender-blue flowers from late spring through late summer if deadheaded. It makes a great rock garden plant. Zones 4-7
Campanula medium 'Caerulea' is an old-fashioned cottage-garden biennial that sends up towering spikes of clear blue flowers. Zones 5-8
Campanula raddeana grows 1 foot tall and produces 1-inch-diameter bell-shape flowers midsummer. Zones 5-8
Campanula glomerata sports tight clusters of purple blooms on 2-foot-tall stalks in early summer. It quickly spreads to form a large mat. Zones 3-8
Campanula portenschlagiana is a tidy little groundcover or rock-garden plant that grows 4-8 inches tall and 2 feet wide. Violet-blue blooms adorn the plant in late spring to early summer. Zones 4-7
Campanula 'Elizabeth', sometimes called Korean bellflower (Campanula takesimana), is an upright clump-former that grows 2 feet tall. It produces drooping pale pink flowers in summer. Campanula percisifolia grows a foot tall and wide with fine foliage. In early summer it sends up wiry stems with violet, blue-violet, pink, or white flowers. Zones 3-8
Campanula carpatica 'Pearl Light Blue' has 2-inch-wide, cup-shape flowers that are light blue with a white center. It reblooms all summer if deadheaded regularly. Zones 4-7
Campanula 'Pink Octopus' has unique flowers that look like a creature from the depths of the sea or outer space. nk petals rise a foot above the foliage on plants that spread to 18 inches wide. Zones 5-8
Campanula 'Sarastro' is completely covered in long, bell-shape, deep purple flowers on 18-inch-tall stems in early summer. It reblooms throughout the summer if faded flowers stalks are removed. It spreads to form a large clump. Zones 4-8
Campanula poscharskyana grows 4-8 inches tall and produces flaring lilac-blue flowers in late spring and early summer. It's perfect for growing in walls or between flagstones. Zones 4-7
Campanula medium 'Alba' is a biennial that produces dramatic 3-foot-tall white flower spires. Zones 5-8
Campanula persicifolia 'Alba' bears pure-white flowers in summer. It grows 3 feet tall and wide. Zones 3-8
40+ Heirloom Campanula Takesimana White/purple Spotted Canterbury Bells Perennial Flower Seeds
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  • ZONES 3 - 9
  • 3 feet ta

Flower bed plan

2009-05-06 13:09:59 by mudshoes

If you plan on using the site every year for flowers pick another spot for the vinca as it is very fast growing. Vince I find works well to capture the fallen leaves under trees which in turn will feed the soil. It will also keep Lawn equiptment away from the trees. The canterbury bells are biennials producing leaves in their first year and producing beautiful flowers the following spring. SOOO in eaither case plan on giving them a good deal of space 3'X 3' so they can do their thing for years. Plan to stake the flowers as they emerge, so worth the little amt. of work. Put the lung wort in front of the canterbury bells and the cinnamon ferns in thje back of the border

Help please! Is this milkweed?

2007-08-16 11:03:19 by tapsnap

I'm a newbie to gardening and need guidance. I planted zinnias and they are thriving. I also planted hollyhocks and Canterbury bells next to the zinnias but this is what is taking over. Someone told me these are milkweed plants.
1-Are they milkweed and if so where did they come from and how did they spread and take over? They weren't there last year and are popping up EVERYWHERE in my yard and other garden beds.
2-Should I pull them? Any special advice or instructions for proper removal?
3-Do they have any purpose or uses at all?
I can't believe I thought they were the other flowers growing and I was so disappointed when I was informed that they are WEEDS!
Replies are MUCH appreciated!

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Lady Bells - Adenophora - Bell Shaped Purple Flowers - Live Plant!
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  • Botanical Name: Adenophora confusa
  • Zone: 3-8
  • Exposure: Sun to part shade
  • Bloom Time and Color: Purple-blue flowers in late spring to early summer.
  • One Live Plant Shipped in a 3.5 Inch Square Pot.
Mary Evans Picture Library Photo Jigsaw Puzzle of Edraianthus Serpyllifolia (Grassy Bells) from Mary Evans Picture Library
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  • PHOTO JIGSAW PUZZLE This Photo Puzzle features an image of Edraianthus Serpyllifolia (Grassy Bells) chosen by Mary Evans Picture Library. Estimated image size 356x254mm.
  • 10x14 Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces. Packed in black cardboard box of dimensions 5 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 1 1/5. Puzzle image 5x7 affixed to box top. Puzzle pieces printed...
  • Image Description Edraianthus Serpyllifolia (Grassy Bells) Edraianthus Serpyllifolia, or Wahlenbergia Serpyllifolia (Grassy Bells), a perennial flowering plant of...
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Hirt's Gardens Palace Purple Coral Bells - Heuchera - Shade Perennial
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  • Hardiness Zone: 4-9
  • Height: 15-20 inches
  • Light: Sun to Partial shade
  • Flowering Time: July and August
  • Sized Shipped: Potted, #1 size divisions
Cherry Bells Carpathian Bell Flower - Campanula - One Quart Pot
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  • Campanula punctata Cherry Bells
  • Color of Bloom: Cherry red
  • Hardy Zones 4-8. Mature Height: 24-30
  • Months of Bloom: Summer
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