Sunday, May 30, 2010

Campanula



The first astilbe



Mountain Laurel



Back to the campanula



If you are going to have campanula it might be easier to have a perennial one. The biennial ones I grew from seed were nice, but it was a long wait that half flopped, and then it was over.

5 comments:

Kitty Cunningham said...

I am less and less inclined to plant ANY annuals.

They don't seem to withstand my weather as well as perennials and then they're gone.

chuck b. said...

I got a perennial campanula as a freebie from High Country Gardens when I ordered from them once. It was rootbound in a 2" pot and I made about a dozen divisions. All of them are making lovely flowers today, 2 or 3 years later.

Lola said...

That's a cute little flower. I like the color.

Siria said...

That campanula reminds me of the Ruellia Mexican Petunia you see so much of in Florida. Very pretty!

Lola said...

I lost the Mexican Petunia I had but have been given 1 by a friend so I have put it in a pot in front. I'm waiting for it to bloom.