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propagating perennials: Campanula-Bellflower
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Wednesday, August 6, 2008


Propagating Campanula or Bellflower should be done every three years because the parent plant becomes woody and less productive so dig up the clump and separate the young from the old in the spring. Bellflower grows to a height of 1-3' depending on the variety and does better in a cool summer climate and blooms from June through September with colors ranging from blue, purple, pink and white and does well in full sun in well draining soil. It is deciduous.

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