Tall Bell Flowers, Tall Bellflower (Campanula americana) attracts hummingbirds with bright blue flowers on a tall spike, arising from a base of deep green foliage. Growing three to five feet high, the bright blooms add a splash of mid and late-summer color to the shade garden.,
Bluebell flowers are dainty bulbous perennials that provide a profusion of color ranging from deep purple to pinks, whites and blues from April to mid May. Although some confusion may occur from various English and Latin names, most bluebells are also known as wood hyacinths.29-Jun-2021
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.
Better cooked than raw. The good news, is that you can eat it, and you should–as much as you can find. Like a lot of other greens you might forage, creeping bellflower is better cooked than it is raw, in my opinion. The leaves, in their fresh state, even when very young, are a bit chewy, and the midrib sticks out a bit ...
Creeping Bellflower is a highly invasive flowering species. Ready-to-apply RoundUp is ineffective. Digging it out is relatively ineffective as well, since any little fragment of its taproot left behind will sprout a new plant. The herbicide I have found to be effective is Triamine which I use as a spot-spray.30-Jun-2017
Grow bellflower in full sun. They also will flower in part sun, especially in warmer parts of our region. Grow bellflower transplants or thin seedlings to be spaced 1 to 2 feet apart. Keep young plants well watered.
Bellflower (Campanula)nnBellflowers 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