Campanula C. ‘Blue Clips’

Bellflower

Flower Detail

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Habit

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Leaf Detail

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Height:
Short Less than 12"
Exposure:
Sun
Flower Color:
Blue, Purple
Bloom Time:
June, July, August, September, October
Wildlife Interest:
Deer/Rabbit Resistant

Campanula carpatica, the tussock bellflower or Carpathian harebell, is a species of flowering plant in the family Campanulaceae, native to the Carpathian Mountains of Central Europe. It is a low-growing herbaceous perennial, with long stems bearing solitary blue bell-shaped flowers. It was introduced to the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew in 1774 by Nikolaus Joseph von JacquinSeveral cultivars in shades of white, blue, pink and purple, have been developed for garden use.

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