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White Peachleaf Bellflower

A Full Sun Perennial

Campanula persicifolia White is commonly known as Peachleaf Bellflower not only for its charming flower, but for its pointed leaves that resemble those of a peach tree, hence its name. Adding grace to any garden, these clump-forming “Fairy Bells” form a rosette of narrow, toothed, bright green leaves, standing on tall stems, bearing large, nodding, bell-shaped, pure-white flowers. This variety has been grown for centuries in Gardens throughout Europe. These easy-to-grow flowers thrive in full sun to partial sun, and bloom profusely throughout the Summer. Sending tall sturdy stems, these flowers can reach up to 2’-3’ feet in height and can spread up to 1’-2’ feet wide. Relatively pest-free, deer, and rabbit tolerant, these beauties do bring many pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden.

A Northern Sunset Perennial

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