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Adenophora.......PLANTS.......Ladybells




Height: 24" to 36"
Spread: 12" to 14"
Flower color: Purple
Bloom time: Mid-Summer
Light: Full sun or part shade
Zone: 3-8
Water: Average / Moderately moist
Soil: Average to Rich
Maintenance: Low
Other info: Fairly easy to grow. Tall slender spires of lightly fragrant bell shaped flowers. Makes a good cut flower. Spreads by underground stems and moderately self-sows. By removing spent flower stalks, plants will continue to bloom. (It is said that plants resent root disturbance, however, my plants have self-sown and I have easily dug and potted the small plants.)






ADENOPHORA
Ladybells
** Adenophora plant **


ALL PLANTS (with the exception of lisianthus), MUST NOW BE ORDERED FROM THE MAIN PLANT PAGE BASED ON MY WORK LOAD (updating hundreds of web pages): http://www.tsflowers.com/plants.html


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See Main Plant Page for pot/plant size, and other possible notes.

Informational/Photo Links:

1) Adenophora confusa at Dave's Garden
2) Ladybells at University of Vermont Extension

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