Adenophora / Lady Bells


Common Ladybells:

This is an easy care plant often thought of as a weed in areas further south.  It will "naturalize" or spread slowly by rhizome under the soil and also by seed.  

Commonly called Ladybells in relationship to others of its Family, the Campanulas which are often known commonly as Bellflower.

  • Relatively non-picky with regard to its soil needs it does prefer well drained soil.

  • Long Blooming, from Spring until well into Summer

  • A great plant choice for naturalizing a space.

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How To Help Me Grow Well:

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, organically rich soils. Good soil drainage is the key to growing this plant well. Spreads very slowly by runners. May be grown from seed. Once sited in the garden, plants should be left undisturbed because they are rather difficult to divide and/or move.  **Info from Missouri Botanical Gardens**