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Campanula persicifolia

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C. persicifolia is a rosette-forming perennial with narrow, evergreen basal leaves. Loose spires of outward-facing, cup-shaped, lilac-blue flowers appear in early and mid-summer

Additional Info

  • Genus:
    Campanula
  • Species:
    (A)(B) persicifolia
  • Cultivar:
    (A) White (B) Blue
  • French name:
    la campanule à feuilles de pêcher.
  • Plant type:
    Hardy perennial
  • Recommended site:
    Full to half sun moist but free draining soil.
  • Flower colour:
    (A)white (B) blue
  • Flowers for cutting:
    Yes
  • Foliage:
    narrow, evergreen basal leaves.
  • Flowering period:
    June, July, August
  • Height (cm):
    70
  • Spread (cm):
    30
  • Cultivation:

    Tolerates full sun only if well watered.

  • Propogation method 1:
    Division
  • in:
    March
  • Pruning advice:

    Deadhead to prolong blooming

  • Pruning period:
    After flowering
  • Pests and diseases:
    snails eat leaves
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  • History in Graham's Garden:

    2017 Planted (A) and (B) from Utrecht in ???

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