Latin name: Campanula medium
🌱 Days to Sprout: 12-30
✂️ Thin to: 3 plants per yCube
🍅 Days to Maturity: 60-70
💡 Light Zone: Moderate
📏 Plant Size: 2 ft+
💚 Care Level: Intermediate
Campanula originated from Europe and is commonly called Bellflower. Both its common and botanical names refer to its flowers’ shape, which resembles small bells. Campanula is a symbol of unwavering love and gratitude.
This variety of Campanula has 30- to 36-inch-tall stems and deep blue-purple bell-shaped blooms. Campanula has a soft, sweet scent with sturdy petals that hold up well in bouquets. The flowers and leaves are also edible, though most people prefer its aesthetic to its taste!
These stunning blooms bring a unique beauty to any Gardyn. They also make wonderful cut flowers and are particularly long-lasting.
Care & Harvest
✂️ Pruning: Check the roots monthly and trim any that are brown or extending past the yPod. To keep the plant bushy, neat, and within your Gardyn’s light, occasionally pinch off the tops of the developing stalks. To encourage new flower bud development, remove dead flower heads, called deadheading. When deadheading, also trim back the bare stem that remains on the plant to prevent it from rotting.
🌻 Harvest:To enjoy as a cut flower, cut stems when 2-3 lower buds on a stem are open, and place in water immediately. To display your flowers’ beauty cut-free anywhere, use the Gardyn Vase!
Our Plant Health & Nutrition Team thoroughly tests each variety we offer to bring you the most flavorful and high-quality plants. We regularly rotate our plant portfolio, so please note, availability varies.