Small Bellflower with a Waterfall of Blooms
The Blue Waterfall Bellflower, Campanula poscharskyana, is an ornamental perennial with showy flowers. Plant several as an edging along a perennial bed or walkway. They also do well as container plants on a patio or porch.
The Blue Waterfall Bellflower provides a “waterfall” of blooms from late spring and well into summer. The 5-petaled flowers are a stand-out in any setting with their stunning lavender hues offset with cream stamens.
Cascading out from the dynamic light-green foliage, they are the perfect accents for the perennial’s dense, 8"-10" high, growth pattern. Planting a few along a walkway is like having a carpet of flowers laid out before you.
Your Blue Waterfall Bellflower has a symmetric, mounding nature. It can reach 8 inches in height, but easily spreads to 24 inches. It does well in sun or part shade and tolerates a variety of conditions, including urban environments and drought.
The deer don’t like it, but your hummingbirds certainly will. Other pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, will likewise visit your yard to make its acquaintance.
The Blue Waterfall Bellflower is the perfect choice for a low-growing, ornamental perennial. It’s hardy, a friend to wildlife and a prolific bloomer through the summer months. Plant several today.
* Showy Starry Blue Flowers
* Blooms Spring Through Summer
* Sun or Part Shade Groundcover or Small Plant
|Botanical Name||Campanula poscharskyana 'Blue Waterfall'|
|Mature Height||6 - 8 inches|
|Mature Spread||18 - 24 inches|
|Soil Type||Loam, Sandy|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun, Partial Shade|
|Bloom Period||Late Spring, Summer, Fall|
|Growing Zone Range||5-8|
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