Campanula glomerata 'Joan Elliot'
Very floriferous with vibrant clusters of deep violet-blue blooms that are more comport than ‘Suberba.’ Deadhead faded flowers to prolong bloom. After flowers fade, cut back to basal growth. Deep violet-blue flowers appear between June and July.
Campanulas are a diverse genus with wonderfully characteristic bell-shaped flowers. They are true nostalgia plants, and the staples of many perennial borders. They have long bloom times, a good range of colors, and are ‘easy care’ perennials.
Native to the United States.
- Botanical Name
- Campanula glomerata 'Joan Elliot'
- Common Name
- Joan Elliot Clustered Bellflower
- Hardy to Zone