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Where to plant in my garden?

 

A lovely addition to a shady border along with Foxgloves and Red Campions.

Will tolerate quite dry soils.

 

Flowers: July-Sept

Habitat: Woodland and hedgerow 

Height: 50-100cm

Growth Type: Perennial

Position: Shade to semi-shade

Soil Preference: Calcareous/wide range 
 

RHS Perfect for pollinators

Nettle-Leaved Bellflower

£5.95Price
Nettle-Leaved Bellflower
  • Campanula trachelium  

     

    Attractive purple bell shape flowers with stinging nettle shaped leaves provide late summer colour in shady areas.

     

    Pollinated by bees and night flying insects. 

     

    Advised to plant in informal groups to encourage recognition and attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.