Campanula Poscharskyana commonly known as the 'Serbian Belle flower' is a delightful trailing perennial which is covered in violet-blue, star-shaped flowers from May through to August. The foliage and flowers will create a river cascading over walls, raised beds and as excellent ground cover.
This hard-working perennial requires little maintenance and will virtually look after itself once established.
Attractive to bees and other pollinating insects.
|When to sow
|Sow indoors in September to April.
|Where to sow
|Sow indoors on the surface of moist compost filled pots or trays. Do not cover as the seeds require light to germinate. Place in a warm, light position (temperature of 16 to 28°C. If germination does not occur in 28 days cold stratify. Move to 4°C for 2-4 weeks then return to warmth.
|What to do Next
|When seedlings sown indoors are large enough to handle, transplant into 7.5cm (3in) pots or trays and grow on in cooler conditions.
|When all risk of frost has passed, acclimatise indoor raised seedlings to outdoor conditions over 7 to 10 days. Then transplant into final growing position planting them 60cm (24in) apart.
|Water well until plants are established.
|Cut back after flowering to maintain a compact shape and to prevent self-seeding. Established clumps can be divided in spring.
|May to August.
|Ground Cover, Cottage Gardens, Alpine & Rockery, Wildlife and Low Maintenance Garden
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