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Bluebell (Campanula rotundifolia)

Quick Stats

Care Level Easy
Temperament Peaceful
Color Form Blue
Water Conditions 70-80° F, pH 6.5-7.5
Max. Size 10"
Origin Farm Raised
Family Acanthaceae
Lighting Natural
Placement Edge
Propagation Seeds & Cuttings
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The Bluebell is a marshy plant bearing petunia-like flowers that is great as edge-cover in ponds. The dark purple-green foliage grows off fleshy stems that spread to 12". The small, bell shaped blue flowers compliment this bushy, low growing plant in mid-summer.

Plant Bluebells in 1 to 2-gallon containers and cover with up to 3 inches of water. They will grow to a height of approximately 10 inches when planted in sun to part shade.

Bluebell seeds can be propagated in greenhouses in spring for planting in early summer. Cuttings may also be taken in late summer and started in heated beds in greenhouses. Move new plants to the pond when the water and air temperatures stabilize above 70°F. Zones 9-11.

Approximate Purchase Size: 12" to 18"

Customer Testimonials

Rachel Kulakowski Mobile , AL

Butterflies really love the Bluebell's flowers, and many birds eat its seeds. It is very easy to propagate by stem cuttings, division, or seeds. I have grown this plant for approximately 20 years with great success.
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