Masses upon masses of little blue stars open over this hardy trailing plant from mid spring into summer. The perfect complement to a rock garden, border edge, between pavers, retaining wall, ground cover, container, embankments ... wherever you have space it will happily sprawl!
The small, mid green leaves grow 3-4cm long and remain evergreen in climates with mild winters.
Dry hardy once established this plant is an ideal evergreen ground cover in light shade to full sun positions. If you don’t use it as a ground cover try trailing it through rockeries or over retaining walls. They have a vigorous growth rate. Plant into moderately fertile to humus rich, well drained soil. Cut back after flowering to keep it nice and compact.
The botanical name Campanula is from the Latin for ‘little bell’. Commonly known as Serbian Bellflower or Trailing Bellflower.
Supplied as: Pots
Size: 10 cm
Spring to Summer
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Full Sun to Semi Shade