Campanula rotundifolia (Scottish bluebell)


Type: Forb

Area: Savanna

Height: 1′ to 2′

Bloom Months:  June, July, Aug

Color: Lavender, Blue

Sun: Partial to Full Sun

Moisture: Dry, Mesic

Soil: Gravel, Sand

Attracts/Benefits: Pollinators, hummingbirds

Note: Deer resistant

Photo credit: Prairie Moon Nursery

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SKU: 901 Category:


Description from Possibility Place: This bellflower has wispy, lance-shaped leaves with large bell-shaped floweres that hang on the ends of its lanky stems. Although they do not flower until their second season, the bloom time is worth the wait, lasting 2-3 months in late summer. Being so small and dainty, it does not compete well with larger, more aggressive species. It is not visited by too many pollinators, but a variety of bee species will visit it for its nectar.

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