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Camellia, Hardy hybrids

These camellias, bred from C. oleifera, are among the hardiest of all; they withstand tempera...

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Campanula carpatica ‘Blue Clips’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Campanula carpatica

Tussock Bellflower

Compact, spreading, leafy tufts, to 6 in. tall. Flower stems are upright, branching; usually about 8 i...

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Campanula glomerata (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Campanula glomerata

Upright, with erect side branches to 1–2 ft. Basal leaves are broad, wavy edged; stem leaves are...

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Campanula isophylla

Italian Bellflower

Trailing or hanging soft stems to 2 ft. long, becoming woody at base. Round or heart shaped, light gre...

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Campanula medium (photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals & Perennials)

Campanula medium

Canterbury Bell

Sturdy, hairy, leafy, with erect stems 2 1/2–4 ft. tall, 1 ft. wide. Lance-shaped, wavy-edg...

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Campanula persicifolia ‘Telham Beauty’ (photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals & Perennials)

Campanula persicifolia

Peach-Leafed Bluebell

Strong-growing, slender, erect stems 2–3 ft. tall. Plants leafy at base. Basal leaves smooth-edg...

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Campanula portenschlagiana

Dalmatian Bellflower

Low, leafy, mounding or trailing mats 4–6 in. high. Semierect, branching flower stems to 8 in. h...

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Campanula poscharskyana (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Campanula poscharskyana

Serbian Bellflower

Spreading, mounding, leafy clump to 8 in. high. Branching, semi-upright flower stems to 1 ft. or more....

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Campanula punctata ‘Cherry Bells’ (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Campanula punctata

Flat basal rosette spreads rapidly by underground runners. Wiry 1–1 1/2-ft. flower stems arch ov...

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Campanula rotundifolia (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Campanula rotundifolia

Bluebell of Scotland

Slowly spreading clump, 2–3 in. high. Slender, upright flower stems, some branched, 6–18 i...

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Campanula takesimana

Native to much of the northern hemisphere. Flat, basal rosette spreads vigorously by underground runne...

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Campsis grandiflora

Chinese Trumpet Creeper

China. Not as vigorous, large, or hardy as the American native C. radicans, but flowers are s...

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