Campanula persicafolia ‘White Bells’ plants




Note that there is a limited quantity of these plants available. They are in 10cm pots. These are large plants .They will benefit from planting out as they have used up all of the space, and I am too lazy to repot them – hence the reduced price .

This plant is one of the most popular campanulas. It grows slowly into a mound shaped plant.

It has pure white, cup-shaped flowers appearing from mid December to January, the large nodding bell shaped flower stalks are held above glossy mounds of attractive, emerald green, strap-like foliage to 75cm.

The flowers are good for cutting.

It likes moist but well drained soil, and a full sun aspect for at least 6 hours per day. Can tolerate some shade.

It is native to the mountains of Europe and Asia.

Additional information


Hardy Perennial

Common Name

Peach-leaf bellflower



Maximum Height

approx 70 cm