Order this cute hanging plant really spice up your patio or decking!
|Latin name:||Campanula poscharskyana 'Addenda® Adansa'|
|Delivery type:||Supplied as container plant|
|Guarantee:||6 months growth and flowering guarantee|
|Preferred location:||Sun, Half shadow|
|Leafs all year:||No|
|Flowering:||June - July|
|Growing Height:||10 - 15 cm|
|Planting distance:||20 - 30 cm|
The campanula is a perennial that grows well in the garden. Prepare a spacious planting hole and loosen the soil. Improve poor garden soil by mixing it with compost and granulated cow manure. Put the root ball of the Campanula poscharskyana at the right depth in the planting hole. The top of the root ball should be just below ground level. Fill the planting hole with soil and press firmly. Water immediately after planting. The campanula grows and flowers well in a spot in full sun or partial shade in loose, nutritious soil.
The campanula in a flower pot
Campanula poscharskyana is a perennial that covers the soil perfectly. All summer long the creeping stems are covered with lavender blue flowers. The campanula is beautiful planted between roses. The compact growth habit, also makes this campanula ideal as a pot plant. Even for a spacious patio pot or in a hanging basket, Campanula poscharskyana is a fantastic choice. An unrivalled plant for the rock garden.
Water your Campanula poscharskyana regularly, making sure the soil around the roots does not dry out. Extend the flowering period by removing the dead flower stems. For an extra rich flowering with Campanula poscharskyana it is advisable to regularly add plant food to the irrigation water in the summer. In the spring remove all withered leaves.
Campanula poscharskyana is one of the most richly flowering campanulas. This fast growing, perennial soon forms a cushion of wonderful colour which lasts for a long time. From the beginning of June until the end of August the cute star-shaped flowers appear in abundance. The plant is almost completely covered with flowers. The height is about 10 cm. In mild winters the leaves are still often seen on the plant.