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Can anyone recommend a large flowering Campanella?



Do you mean Campanula? If so, how about Campanula Medium (Canterbury Bells) they grow tall and have large flowers in a range of pretty colours.

3 Jul, 2015


But, Cammomile, although they *are* very pretty, they are biennial. I would go for perennials - C. lactiflora. I have it in white, mauve and pale mauve. The mauve one is 'Prichard's Variety' and the pale mauve is 'Lodden Anna'. I think the white one is just C. lactiflora 'Alba'.

4 Jul, 2015



4 Jul, 2015


Do avoid Campanula alliarifolia (used to be C. urticifolia) as it can be the most dreadful seed weed and as it has deep growing carrot like roots it is a devil to remove even when small.

4 Jul, 2015


Campanula persicifolia is another taller one which is perennial. Needs staking as its flower stems grow.

4 Jul, 2015


That too seeds all over our garden, if I forget to dead head it.

4 Jul, 2015

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