Giant bellflower


Giant Bellflower is a tall bellflower with big blue trumpet flowers. It can form tall clumps when the conditions suit such as the back of a shady border or woodland. Choose a lightly shaded spot with moist soil if possible,  although they will grow in dry shade, and also in full sun if the soil is damp. The lilac- azure pale blue bell shaped flowers are loved by pollinating insects, and the flowering period can extend for several weeks.

Campanula latifolia
Shade or part shade
Height : 1m
Flowering period : July – August
This is a good source of nectar : 


Other features:
The lower flowers open first, whereas the flowers on Nettle leaved bellflowers open first from the top of the stem.

Wildlife attracted:
A favourite with bees and ideal in a wildlife garden


Additional information


9cm pot, 6 plug plants