Canterbury Bells Double Mix (Campanula medium)
An old cottage garden strain of with very large flowers on a pyramid shaped plant. This strain has mostly the traditional “cup and saucer” shaped flowers with a large trumpet shaped bell sitting on a flat base. Mixed white, amethyst, mauve and violet-blue flowers, mostly the latter. Plant seed in situ from early March until the end of April. 100cm x 80cm. A good cut flower as well as garden subject.
When to sow: Early March until the end of April.
Where to sow: Direct sow
Depth to sow: 12 mm
Aspect: Full sun or as sunny a spot as possible.
Soil: Prepared, well drained, fertilised soil. Add lime if soil is too acid.
Spacing: Between plants: 80 to 100cm
Directions: Plant seed in situ from early March until the end of April. 100cm x 80cm. A good cut flower as well as garden subject.
Packet 200 seeds