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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 native and adventive range of this species. **Given appropriate habitat and climate, native plants can be grown outside their range.
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Present in state Present in county; native to state Not present in state  
Present in county, adventive in state    
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