Availability: May - July
Common Names: Bell flowers, Canterbury bells
Genus Name: Campanula
Family Name: Campanulaceae (Cam-pan-yew-LAY-see-ee)
Place of Origin: The Northern Hemisphere
How long do they last? 5 - 10 days
Colours available: Pink, Blue, White
They come in a huge variety, less so as cut flowers, but mostly as plants. The flower head sizes range from tiny to very large.
Did you know?
The name is due to their bell-shaped flowers; Campanula is Latin for ‘little Bell’.
Cut the stems at an angle and remove all the leaves that will touch or go below the water level. Change the water every few days.