Campanula persicifolia ‘White Bell’ plants – (Peach Leafed Bell Flower)


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There are just a few of these  plants in 9 cm pots – just a few

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



Common Name

Peach Leaf Bell Flower



Maximum Height

approx 75 cm