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Campanula americana (Tall Bellflower)

Campanula americana (Tall Bellflower)
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Campanula americana, Tall Bellflower or American Bellflower, reaches from three to five feet in height, its blue-violet blooms providing a bright late-summer accent to savanna or woodland plantings.
 
Self-seeding, it is either annual or biennial by habit, seemingly depending on when germination occurs. First-year plants are tight rosettes of heart-shaped leaves that shoot up the following spring to form tall stems. Because Campanula americana is the only bellflower with wide-spread petals, a petal tube that elongates with age and stamens that extend over the petals, it often is assigned the special designation Campanulastrum americanum.
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Catalog Number CAM52F
Seeds / Packet 1,000
Seeds / Ounce 170,000
Germination Code C(30), D
Wetland Code FAC
USDA Zones 3-8
Plant Spacing 18-24"
Sun Exposure Part Shade  Shade 
Soil Moisture Wet-Mesic  Mesic (Medium)  Dry-Mesic 
Height 5 feet 
Bloom Color Blue 
Bloom Time July  Aug  Sept  Oct 
Plant Type Wildflowers (Forbs) 
Availability Seeds 
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Packet $2.50
1/8 oz. $10.00
1/4 oz. $15.00
1/2 oz. $25.00
1 oz. $40.00
1 lb. $600.00
 
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Campanula americana (Tall Bellflower)
*This map shows the current natural distribution of this species. Given appropriate habitat and climate, native plants can be grown outside their range.
BONAP Map Key
Present in state Present in county; both native and adventive Not present in state  
Osmorhiza claytonii (Sweet Cicely) Eupatorium purpureum (Sweet Joe Pye Weed) Elymus villosus (Silky Wild Rye)
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