Flowers That Look Like Bells, Bellflowers/Bluebells If you plant these in your yard, your neighbors may be jealous! They grow in zones 4 and above. Campanula is derived from Latin and translates as “little bell”. Obviously, this is because of the shape of the beautiful hanging flowers.14-Apr-2022,
Bellflower Plants Campanula is a group of over 300 annual, biennial and perennial plants that span several sizes and colors. The primary characteristic is the upturned, open cup-shaped flowers in hues of pink and white but primarily lavender or light blue.22-Mar-2022
bellflower, (genus Campanula), any of around 420 annual, perennial, and biennial herbs that compose the genus Campanula (family Campanulaceae). Bellflowers have characteristically bell-shaped, usually blue flowers, and many are cultivated as garden ornamentals.
Camassia leichtlinii 'Caerulea Group' is like a large upright bluebell with starry flowers.14-Mar-2017
Allium triquetrium (snowbell) is a plant you might have considered as many other things, possibly a white bluebell, wild garlic or maybe a snowdrop. This could be why it has attributed so many names, most commonly; three-cornered garlic, three-cornered leek, onion weed, three-sided snowbell, to name a few.02-May-2017
Bellflower (Campanula) Bellflowers are attractive, easy to grow perennials with beautiful blue or purple bell-shaped flowers. They prefer full sun and grow best in areas with cool summer temperatures. Bellflowers can be grown from seed or rhizomes.18-Feb-2021
Campanula 'Sarastro' (Bellflower)nnCampanula 'Sarastro' is a clump-forming perennial with elegant spires of large, bell-shaped, drooping flowers in a rich violet-purple shade. Blooming from early to late summer, the flowers are borne on upright leafy stems above a basal rosette of mid-green leaves.
Korean Bellflower These bellflowers have blooms that are a stunning shade of deep, rich, royal purple. They have long, bell-shaped flowers that hang upside down in clusters from their stems.
Bellflowers/BluebellsnnIf you plant these in your yard, your neighbors may be jealous! They grow in zones 4 and above. Campanula is derived from Latin and translates as “little bell”. Obviously, this is because of the shape of the beautiful hanging flowers.14-Apr-2022