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Quick Facts

Scientific Name Campanula medium 'Calycanthema
Colour Mix of White, Blue and Pink
Days To Maturity 160 days
Seeds Per Packet 50
Sowing Time March – May for Spring flowers & August – October for Summer flowers
Life Cycle Perennial


Campanula calycanthema, also known as Canterbury Bells, is a charming biennial or short-lived perennial plant with slender stems, lance-shaped leaves, and bell-shaped flowers in a variety of colors, making it a popular choice for cottage gardens and cut flower arrangements.

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Mix of White, Blue and Pink
Scientific Name
Campanula medium 'Calycanthema
60cm - 90cm
Days To Maturity
160 days
Life Cycle
Light Preferences
Sowing Time
March – May for Spring flowers & August – October for Summer flowers
Days To Germination
7 – 10 days
Planting Space
Planting Tip
Sow 3mm deep and keep seeds moist till germinated. After 6 weeks, plant out
Pinching is not necessary
Seeds Per Packet
Ideal for wedding work & bouquet making
Plant netting needed
Harvesting Tips
Harvest when just beginning to open or unfold. Flowers will continue opening when placed in water