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Campanula glomerata Seeds...Seed from Clustered Bell Flowers

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Common Names: Clustered Bellflowers
Height: 14" to 18"
Spread: 8"
Flower color: Purple
Bloom time: Spring-Summer
Light: Full sun or part shade
Zone: 3-8
Water: Average
Soil: Average to Rich, well drained
Maintenance: Low
Other info:The main difference between Campanula glomerata and Campanula glomerata Superba is the size of the florets in the cluster. Superba has a larger florets.   Also, Superba blooms 2-3 weeks earlier than the regular.   My preference though is the standard Campanula glomerata.






CAMPANULA glomerata Superba
(Clustered Bellflowers)
** campanula glomerata Superba **

Another Campanula glomerata Superba photo

#0074C Campanula glomerata Superba:
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[30 seeds per packet]

Germination: Easy germination. Best started indoors 4-6 weeks prior to last spring frost. Freeze seed packet for 5 days prior to sowing. Sow seed on surface of good seed starting mix. Do not cover seed as light is needed for best germination. Moisten mix. Germination should begin in 10-12 days at 70F.

Informational/Photo Links:
1) Clustered Bellflower at Dave's Garden
2) Campanula glomerata at USDA
3) Campanula glomerata at Wikipedia
4) Campanula glomerata at The Backyard Gardener
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