Low bellflower Blue Clips - blooms for a very long time
Romantic flower for meadows, flower beds, walls or the trough. The delicate low bellflower Blue Clips, also known as Campanula carpatica Blue Clips (Campanula hei;t Glöckchen) is a graceful, sky-blue (sometimes violet) little flower that came to us from the Carpathians. There it grew in meadows in the high mountains. Bellflower blue clips enchants the observer with its numerous graceful bell-shaped flowers. It blooms from June to August, is bee-friendly and attracts butterflies. If you want to prolong the flowering season, cut off faded flowers close to the stem. The summer-green Campanula Blue Clips grows in open areas, in beds, along fences, on barren rocky ground, in stone gardens and on the tops of walls in wall and rock gardens. Campanula blue clips forms small cushions and grows up to 20cm high. Its leaves are heart-shaped toothed. The light blue Campanula carpatica Blue Clips loves a sunny position, but also thrives in light shade. It can be planted all year round in normal garden soil. Campanula blue clips does particularly well in nutrient-rich, moist but well-drained and loose soil; you can mix a little sand into the planting soil. You can plant Campanula blue clips all year round (12 plants per square metre), preferably from spring to autumn. Campanula blue clips needs a little compost and horse manure, nettle manure or bought fertiliser from time to time, it needs a lot of strength for its flowering season. You can cut back Campanula blue clips from spring to autumn at some point; but it is sufficient to cut off wilted parts of the plant.
Glory in the room or in flower boxes
Campanula Blue Clips can be planted in a bed in the garden, in window boxes on the balcony, in containers or in a trough on the terrace; use peat-free potting soil with a little sand. Is Campanula hardy? Some species of campanula (there are about 300-500!) are hardy, depending on their origin. Is Campanula hardy? Yes, Campanula blue clips is very frost hardy! However, if it is very icy, you can put fir branches over the garden plants and bring potted plants indoors from September or temperatures below zero degrees; choose a cool, somewhat darkened and frost-free room, cellar or garage up to 10 degrees. The flowery Campanula blue clips will be a dreamy addition when combined with the fairytale-like, beautiful, white ground cover rose or the charming pink grass carnation planted, for example, in the rose garden. The blue clip bellflower is easy to care for and robust, recommended for beginners and makes a charming gift.
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Campanula Carpatica blue clips in your garden
Campanula carpatica blue clips grows bush-like on the ground. Its bright blue colour adds life to any garden, you almost think you have never seen such an intense colour. The garden perennial reaches a maximum height of 20 centimetres. The sky-blue flowers grow from June. Outside of this time of year, the low bellflower is a real enrichment for your garden. The flowers grow heart-shaped in a fresh green. Find a sunny spot for Campanula carpatia and you will have little maintenance. This summer-green, hardy bellflower is very suitable as a ground cover.
The Campanula carpatica blue clips plants are grown in pots, so they can be used all year round.