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There are 4 things you must know about Campanula:
- The larvae of few Lepidoptera species counting Doth Moth, Common Pug, Limespeck Pug, Ingrailed Clay and Mouse Moth use Campanula species as food plants.
- They have alternating leaves and frequently differ in shapes on a single plant, with large and broad leaves at the base of stem and small and narrow leaves higher up at the stem; the leaf margin might either be entire or ragged (at times both are found on the same plant).
- Many species have white latex in their stems and leaves.
- Several species contain a small added growth like a leaf called “Appendage” amid every sepal, and the absence or presence, comparative size, and manner of appendage is used to make a distinction between strongly related species.
Few additional interesting facts about Campanula:
Names: Campanula, Chimney bells, Bell Flower and Canterbury bells
Colors: Purple, Lavender and White
Scent: The Campanula pleases your sense of sight and smell by its splendor and aroma.
Freshness: Best purchased when half of the buds are open and the other half still closed.
Vase Life: five to seven days.
Availability: Throughout the year
Cost: Reasonably priced
Meaning: Their name is derived from Latin word Campana meaning –bell, hence the meaning is bell shaped flowers.
Arranging Tips: First remove the foliage that might fall under the water line, now cut under water using a knife. Keep it hydrated in a mixture of floral preservative/food and warm water for 2 hours ahead of storage or handling.
Here are some varieties we have available:
We have two varieties available with us: