Here is our complete collection of the lovely Genus Campanula all on one page.
- Campanula alliariifolia is an picture of elegance and refinement with its tall spires hung generously with creamy white bells enhanced by the darker calyces. A beautiful bellflower for sun or part shade so long as not too dry. Grows from a single central rootstock rather than a spreading mat. Leaves are a soft hairy texture. 70cm. Alliaria, whose leaves this Campanulas resemble is Hedge Mustard
- Campanula trachelium ‘Bernice’. Tight dense clumps of long stemmed foliage give rise to numerous quite stiff upright stems that are clothed all the way up with a succession of very neat and fully double rich mauve-purple bells. to 60cm. Quite a bit shorter than the parent species.
- Campanula ‘Kent Belle’. From a mat of apple green, heart shaped spreading foliage rise 45-60cm high candelabras hung with large deep rich purple inflated bells. The flowers of this variety are relatively squat when compared to Campanula punctata typed, but the flowering stems are taller and a little more open. Will repeat flower if cut back. Best in well drained soil. Even good on chalk
- Campanula ‘Van-Houttei’ is a delightful cross between C.latifolia and C.puntata showing characteristics of both parents. The many short flowering stems hang with long mauve bells, opening from darker elongated buds. Flower stems tend to less branced than C.punctata but laxer than C.latifolia. Inherits a spreading habit from C.punctata. Will rebloom if cut back. 30cm, spreading
- Campanula punctata ‘Pink Chimes’ is a dwarf hybrid with 30cm short upright candelabras, dense with 7.5cm long inflated cream bells; heavily marked inside with maroon spots. Forms a low creeping mat of foliage. Mmid height for a Campanula punctata variety with leaves of a paler shade of green.
From a low spreading foliage mat of soft pale green hairy leaves rise 45cm high candelabras hung with 7.5cm inflated bells, heavily maroon spotted over a rich pink base. Best in well drained soil and good on chalk.
Campanula punctata ‘Pantaloons’ is a new addition to this form of Campanula with flowers that are a hose-in-hose double. Each bell colours from a spotty lilac-pink at the base to cream at the tips, so that the inner bell pokes out of the outer like petticoat. The doubling has created a shorter bell than is typical with a broader opening. 60cm
This is the whitest of the punctata forms with broad bells in a creamy ivory white, double with one bell within the other. The flowers have a covering inside of fine red spots. Spreading clumps of broad hairy heart shaped foliage.
- Campanula punctata forma. rubriflora. From a low spreading foliage mat rise 45cm high candelabras hung with 7.5cm inflated bells; maroon spotted over a pink base. The leaves are relatively shiny and, along with the stems, take on a red staining. One of the taller more open Campanula punctata forms. Best in well drained soil. good on chalk