Campanula Bellflower

Campanula Bellflower

In the past Campanula was considered to be part of the Liliaceae family, until further studies have demonstrated they are part of the Amaryllidaceae. It is originally from Europe, Asia and Africa. Nowadays it can be found in gardens, ornamental areas and walls. It is recognizable by the bulb from where it is generate, both leaves and flowers. It can reach up to 40 cm in height, its typical colors are white and green and of course, its shape, made like a bell.

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Campanula Campanula plants resist to both cold and hot weather. They can be grown both outside or inside, depending on the conditions they find in the environment. It is better to place them in sunny spots or a few shadowed, but not much. Just be sure you avoid those corners where the wind blows and temperature differences can be felt pretty easily. A well drained soil is the ideal location for these plants. Add some organic material to the mold and you will have the perfect mixture for campanula to deepen their roots. If you place them in vases, be sure you add some clay inside the pot so that water does not stagnate. Stagnating water can be very harmful for plants which grow on bulbs, because they can get easily attacked by fungal infections and molds.

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    Campanula A regular watering is fundamental. This will allow the water to flow without stagnating, but of course, this will happen when a good drainage system is present. Do not use too much water, it would be more useless or harmful, than needed. Always let the soil dry in between watering. Fertilization is useful in spring and summer, using a specific fertilizer for bulb plants. It has to be added to the water you sure to irrigate and you can also use humus or another organic product. This will allow nutrients to penetrate the bulb and feed the whole plant.


    If you need to multiply the campanula plants, you will have to preserve a good maintenance. You can reproduce them using the bulbs which grow next to the main one; you should remove them, clean them and just place them in the soil. The new plants will grow in a year or so. If you want to use seeds, you will have to wait up to 5 years to have the first plant. In the meantime, keep the plants maintained by removing the dry parts and those who look weak and potentially harmful. Fungi are the most common enemies for campanula plants, so be sure you use sulfur based anti-fungal solutions and just prevent aphids and other parasites to take advantage of weak plants by keeping them strong. Remember to use treatments once the blooming season is over, otherwise you could harm the bees as well, since they are very greedy for campanula.