Can be started in winter indoors to be transplanted outdoors in spring after last frost. Or can be sown directly into the ground in spring, summer or fall. These were some of the first flowers imported to America in colonial gardens.
Bellflower seeds are so rewarding to grow and they establish into a hardy, reliable perennial that makes a great addition to the flower bed. Adored by hummingbirds and butterflies, Bellflower Superba blooms significantly in early summer on compact plants. This purple Campanula Glomerata spreads and adds a very unique look to any garden or bed.