Photo courtesy of(right) David Boyd
Rarely seen in gardens, this easy-to-grow reliably perennial “Bellflower” delivers a blast of alluring rich purple color. Rising above a dense clump of bright green leaves in Spring, multiple sturdy stems to 2’ tall hold clusters of upward facing 2” bells. Blooming lasts at least a month, then cut it back to the foliage for repeat bloom in Summer. Rich well-drained soil for best performance.