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Get in chime with beautiful bellflowers and graceful geraniums for a spectacular summer performance of brilliant blues and whites.
Campanula persicifolia, the peach-leaved bellflower, has long been a favourite at Glebe Cottage.
Few Welsh plants are rarer or have suffered a more dramatic decline than the spreading bellflower.
The story begins with the establishment of a joint spreading bellflower conservation project.
Bellflowers grow in forest shade or in gaps among trees.
But in the Virginia woodland where the bellflowers grow, Galloway and her colleagues found that sunny patches are typically 12 m in diameter.
Bellflowers are grouped in four categories for garden purposes:
The plant with the most imposing bellflowers is known as Canterbury bells (Campanula Medium).
Calibrachoa (Cali-BRACK-oa) is one amazing bellflower plant.
Most bellflowers should be watered when the top inch of soil is barely damp; two types, however, are drought tolerant.