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Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
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Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds
Campanula Seeds, Potted Campanula Seeds, Flower Seeds

Campanula Seeds, Potted Flower Seeds

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🌸🌱Whether you're a beginner or an experienced gardening enthusiast, our seeds are the perfect choice for creating your dream garden. 

🌼Big-flowered campanula, also known as wineglass campanula. As the name suggests, the flowers are like small wine glasses.

Campanula is a biennial perennial herbaceous plant of the Campanulaceae family.

More details about the big-flowered campanula:

🌼Fragrance: The sweet and charming aroma of the big-flowered campanula is one of its most unique characteristics. The aroma is often described as delicate and evocative of spring.

🌼Where it grows: Although Campanula grandis are native to northern temperate regions such as southern Europe to subarctic regions, it has been cultivated and naturalized in different regions around the world. It usually grows in shady woodland and garden settings.

🌼Growing Conditions: As you mentioned, Campanula grandis are known for their adaptability. It thrives in a variety of soil types and is tolerant of both hot and cold climate conditions. It prefers to grow in partial to full shade, making it ideal for shaded areas of the yard and for home planting.

🌼Flowering Period: The extended flowering period of up to 100 days is truly amazing. This consistent blooming makes Campanula grandis ideal for the garden, producing beautiful blooms year-round.

🌼Uses: In addition to its ornamental value, Campanula grandis are also commonly used in flower arrangements and bouquet making. The flowers are symbolic and represent the return of sweetness, humility and happiness.

🌼Cultural significance: The big-flowered campanula is considered a symbol of good luck and happiness.

🌼Maintenance: Although big-flowered campanula generally do not require much maintenance, it is recommended to restrict them to specific areas of the garden to prevent them from spreading.

Overall, big-flowered campanula is a timeless and elegant flower that adds beauty and fragrance to the garden, making it a favorite choice for many gardening enthusiasts.

🌼Propagation: big-flowered campanula is planted from seeds. After planting and cultivation, it can be propagated through the generated rhizomes, forming lovely groups over time. Once established, it requires minimal care.

🌼Landscaping: big-flowered campanula is a great addition to shade gardens, woodlands, and can form an attractive ground cover under trees.

Features:

  • Floral Delight: The fragrant blossoms of big-flowered campanula are also used in bouquets and floral arrangements, making them a delightful gift option.


Campanula planting method

1. Soil
Campanula is generally suitable for growing in a loose, well-drained, relatively humid environment, especially weakly acidic or neutral soil is better. Potted plants can be sown with peat or nutrient soil, covered with fine soil after sowing, and generally germinate in about 7-15 days.
2. Sowing
The sowing of bellflower is very simple. It can be sown by drill or broadcast. After sowing, cover the soil with about 2-3 cm. It should not be too deep. If it is too deep, the seedlings will emerge quickly.
3. Watering
After the bellflower emerges, just keep the water and soil slightly moist, don't water too much, don't accumulate too much water. Bluebells are more afraid of dryness. In a particularly dry environment, bluebells are easy to wither and die if it takes a long time, so they should be watered in time.
4. Fertilization
In addition to sufficient base fertilizer for bellflowers, appropriate topdressing is also required during the growth period. Generally, fertilization once a month can promote growth, and foliar fertilizer can also be properly sprayed. When fertilizing, try to choose a thin phosphorus and potassium fertilizer to promote the development of flower buds. The temperature in summer is too high, please remember not to fertilize under high temperature to avoid fat injury.
5. Lighting
Bellflowers grow better and bloom more vigorously when there is more sunlight, so they must be planted in an environment with sufficient light.