(Bluebells of Scotland)
800 seeds $2.25
out of stock
Campanula rotundifolia is a beautiful wildflower with violet-blue, bell-shaped flowers from June to September. The short, spreading plants looks lovely in the border, rock garden or wildflower garden. I plant them around the base of roses. Campanula rotundifolia is drought tolerant, and it prefers well-drained soil. It self-sows in moderation.
Also known as Bluebells of Scotland, Scottish Harebell and Fairy Thimbles. Deer resistant. Hardy in zones 3-9.
height 12" spacing 12"
Sowing Campanula rotundifolia Seeds
Sow campanula seeds indoors in late winter. Sow on the surface, then refrigerate 5 weeks. Full sun to part shade.