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Bellflowers are among the most popular of perennials. This Clustered Bellflower selection has a mid-sized habit. This selection forms a knee-high clump of coarse green leaves and stems that bear large clusters of star-shaped, lilac-purple flowers in early summer. Booms like crazy from late spring to midsummer More floriferous than other glomerata types, with ⅔ of its height in blooms.  Superb for cutting. Quickly spreads to form a small patch, but easily managed by dividing plants in spring or fall. Combines beautifully with anything gold or yellow, for contrast. Worth trying in containers. If desired, trim plants back to 4 inches after flowering, to rejuvenate the foliage and tidy up for the remainder of the season. From master hybridizer Arie Blom.

Sun Exposure:  full sun to part shade.  

Soil type: most,

Soil PH:  all

Soil Moisture: average to moist.

Care level:  Medium (Can spread so plants should be regularly divided)

Flower color: Lilac Blue

Bloom time: late spring to mid summer

Foliage Color: Dark green

Uses and Characteristics:  Accent: Good Texture/Form,  Border,  Containers,  Rabbit Resistant,  cut flower, Massed

Flower head size: large

Height: 35-40 cm (14-16”)

Spread: 125-30 cm (10-12”)

Growth Rate: mediumPropagation:  By division in spring or fall.

Campanula Glomerata ‘Freya’, Clustered Bellflower, Zones 3-9