Campanula latifolia var. macrantha
Brand: Jelitto
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Great Bellflower "Alba" - Campanula latifolia v. macrantha.
Bright accent in the garden!
A hardy perennial plant. Stems erect, 70-130 cm tall. Flowers up to 3.5 cm long, located in the axils of the upper leaves, forming a spicate brush.
Blooms in late June-July. Fruits in August. Winter hardiness zones: Z3 - Z6. In culture since 1576.
This bell tolerates a loose shade but does not like dampness. It is propagated by division after flowering or by seed.
Use: single and group plantings, mixborders, for cutting.
The most common varieties are: "Alba" - white flowers; "Brantwood" - purple flowers; "Macrantha" - flowers are large, dark purple.
Prefers fertile, loose, well-drained soils and thrives well in both open and shaded areas. Mainly propagated by seeds. Seeds can be sown in autumn or spring in the ground or in greenhouse boxes. Seedlings quickly bush, so they are planted in the soil at a distance of 30-35 cm from each other; they bloom in their second year. Further care consists in weeding, loosening and watering. Watering is required only during prolonged heat. After flowering, the plants are pruned.

Eng.: Giant Bellflower, Great Bellflower, Steeple bells, Wide-Leaved Bellflower.

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