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The definitive bellflower, Campanulas melt your heart as they ring in the summer. The genus includes nearly 300 species, from dainty miniatures to stalwart uprights; we can’t resist using them in almost every garden design. Campanulas prefer filtered sun inland, full sun on the coast.
Gracing American gardens since the 1800s, this rarely offered, endangered Campanula fashions an attractive gray-green rosette of crinkled, arrow-shaped leaves, each with a rounded base, a somewhat fuzzy surface and long petioles. The dainty floriferous display of soft blue, flared bells borne on
one-sided, upright racemes belies its rugged character.
A sun tolerant, clumping perennial, Campanula
sarmatica’s quiet charm can be admired along a border’s edge or atop a wall accompanying Diascia ‘Coral Canyon’.
Size: 16"–20" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 5.
Campanula sarmatica (P-1171)
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Garden Conservancy Mendocino Coast Open Day - June 13
European Hand-tied Bouquet Demonstration by Dundee Butcher of the Russian River Flower School
Nursery garden tour by Deborah Whigham
10am - 5pm
Saturday Strolls & Plant Chat - June 27
Join us for a fun, informative guided tour of our colorful borders led by Deborah Whigham. Enjoy refreshments and take home great gardening ideas.
2-4:30pm - FREE!
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