Campanula pulla grow and care – herbaceous subshrub of the genus Campanula also known as Bellflower, Campanula pulla perennial evergreen or annual plant, used as ornamental ground cover plant, can grow in temperate, mediterranean or subtropical climate and growing in hardiness zone 3-9.
Leaves color green the leaf elliptic shape.
Campanula pulla flower
Flower color purple, the flower grows in the end of the stems and in bell shape bending down.
Campanula pulla for sale – Seeds or Plants to Buy VIDEO How to grow Campanula pulla growing and care:
Cool weather, moist soil, well-drained soil
What is the best way to start growing? Plant / Seedling / Seed Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction? No Difficulties or problems when growing: ? Spring, summer Recommended planting season? Spider mites, aphids, slugs Pests and diseases: Pruning season: All the season How to prune: Dead leaves and flower stem Size of the plant? 10-20 cm, 4-8 inches Growth speed in optimal condition: Fast growing / Medium growing Average amount of water / Big amount of water Water requirement: Light conditions in optimal condition for growing: Full Sun / Half Shade No Is it possible to grow indoor as houseplant? Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers: Yes Blooming information Spring / Summer (in hot climate can be until the winter) Bloom season: General information about the flower Bell shape flower that grow in the end of the stems, color purple : Scientific name:
Blooming Seasons Autumn flowers Spring flowers Summer flowers Flower colors Climate Mediterranean Climate Subtropics Climate Temperate Climate Ornamental parts Ornamental flower Ornamental plant Plant growing speed Average growing plants Fast growing plants Plant life-form Annual plant Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial plant Plant Uses Floristry Ground cover plants Ornamental plants Planting Season Spring Planting Summer planting Plants sun exposure Full sun Plants Part shade Plants Watering plants Big amount of water Regularly water Hardiness zone Hardiness zone 3 Hardiness zone 4 Hardiness zone 5 Hardiness zone 6 Hardiness zone 7 Hardiness zone 8 Hardiness zone 9