Creeping Bellflower plugs (Campanula rapunculoides)

Campanula rapunculoides P Large nodding flowers up stiff stems. Height 45 cm Flowers July-September.

This species is dormant in winter and there will be likely have small or no leaves apparent but will have an excellant root sytem.

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£1.50

Description

Known by the common names creeping bellflower, or rampion bellflower. It grows on grassy places, dry hills, meadows, in deciduous and pine forests, woods, fields and roadsides, along railway lines and hedgerows, preferably in partial shade, in dry to moist sites and on clay soil.