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Trailing 'Blue Waterfall' Bellflower cascades to 14 inches with delicate blue, star-shaped flowers that bloom all summer. A beautiful sight spilling over a rock wall, planted in bet...
'Rapido Blue' Bellflower is a must-have heavy bloomer that will add character and charm to your garden borders and paths. 'Rapido Blue' Bellflower explodes in a mound of purple flow...
Bellflower Rapido White has a profusion of white, open-bell shaped flowers that cover this compact plant from late spring all through summer. This bellfower is an improvement from t...
Campanula, also known as Bellflower, adds great color to the mid summer and fall garden, after most other flowers have finished. Easy to grow and very cold hardy, the bell-shaped blooms are a great choice for containers, the front of the border, or even for establishing a colorful and long-lasting ground cover. Tolerates part shade.