Campanula Resholt’s Variety – Buy alpines

£2.50

Rich blue flowers from spring to the autumn on a spreading green mat.

Easy plant for beginners.

Grown in handy 9 cm pots:

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Description

Campanula Resholt’s Variety description

A truly amazing plant with it’s rich blue, bell flowers on and off through spring, summer and autumn.

It makes excellent ground cover, but do not put it too close to smaller plants.

It is just about evergreen through the winter.

A pollinator friendly plant including bees.
This is a butterfly friendly plant.

Good for a flower border or patioHow easy is it to grow:
Good also for the front of a border, by a path, among paving, under trees, trailing over a wall, on a bank, in a Cottage Garden, by a patio or in pots.
It is easy in most soils, including heavy or clay soils.

Also known as: Campanula portenschlagiana ‘Resholdt’s Variety’

Common names: Resholt’s Wall Bellflower, Resholt’s Adria Bellflower and Resholt’sDalmation Bellflower.

Campanula Resholt’s Variety
Campanula Resholt’s Variety

The best position in the garden:

Sun or semi shade or shade.

Sun or semi shade or shade

Is it useful as a ground cover plant?

Yes, exceptionally good display for the front of a flower bed.

Can it be used for planting amongst paving?

Yes, it doesn’t mind being trodden on sometimes.

What type of soil:

Any reasonable soil, also tolerates acidic soil and chalky soil. Tolerates clay soil.

How much moisture:

Normal, or dryish stony. Also dry shade.

Hardiness and, or, lifespan:

Hardy.

Care and maintenance:

When newly planted always keep it watered until the roots have grown down and it is able to find its own moisture.

Size of plant:

Height 15 cm.
Spreading.

Planting density – to calculate how many plants are required in a planting scheme:

Allow 3 plants per square metre.

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Additional information

Weight .25 kg

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