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Campanula pyramidalis
Campanulas are loved for their bell-like, usually blue flowers and long flowering season. Traditionally used in cottage garden schemes, campanulas look particularly lovely when grown under shrub roses. Campanula flowers are extremely attractive to bees and other pollinators.

Campanula pyramidalis is a superb and beautiful campanula, forming a large basal cluster of leaves from which pyramidal, leafy spikes emerge in summer, carrying pale blue, bell-shaped flowers. For best results grow in moist, neutral to alkaline soil in sun to partial shade. This can be situated to take over from foxgloves after they finish as a romantic spire plant. Tip: allow to self-seed, as they are not particularly long-lived.

Foliage: Deciduous

Height: 2m

Spread: 0.6m

The pictures in this listing are examples of the available plant at maturity and do not indicate anything in regards to size of plant at the point of sale

Organically produced young plant grown in a 9cm pot for planting immediately or to grow on (pot removed when possible, to reduce plastic waste)


Campanula pyramidalis, Chimney Bellflower, blue or sometimes white, perennial

SKU: BP202400208
  • Campanula
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