Adenophora polyantha
“Ladybells”

Adenophora polyantha “Ladybells”Adenophora polyantha “Ladybells”

Growing upright to 2’ tall and offering a long bloom period, this new-to-us Adenophora or “Ladybells” bears masses of good sized flaring lavender blue bells from Early to late Summer. Slow to spread, i.e. NOT INVASIVE its said to resemble Campanula pyramidalis with larger flowers. Pretty linear leaves are held in whorls. Adenophoras are very easy to grow in part-sun, part-shade with rich, well drained soil. Ever so charming too! May self sow.

Annie

Sun/Pt. Shade
Avg. water

Perennial
USDA zones 5-10