Campanula “Elizabeth”


Named after the renowned plantswoman Elizabeth Strangman this perennial Korean bellflower forms a low spreading clump of pointed deep green leaves with clusters of large tubular maroon flowers.Short and spreading, its slender stems of long, maroon bells have paler interiors, attractively spotted with soft maroon. This Campanula is a fantastic under-planter for trees and shrubs, and thrives in partial shade, in any reasonably good soil


3 in stock


Bellflowers are among the most popular of perennials. This midsized variety is perfect for the sun or part-shade border. Plants form a spreading mound of light green leaves, bearing upright stems with huge drooping bells in a pleasing raspberry-pink shade. Clumps are inclined to spread vigorously, so plan to give this space. Easily divided in spring or autumn. Stems may need to be staked. Combines beautifully with Cranesbill Geraniums, Phlox or Hosta. Also excellent in containers or tubs.

Position: Full sun/partial shade

Soil: Fertile, well drained

Rate of growth: Moderate

Flowering period: Late spring to summer

Hardiness: Hardy

Pot size: 1L

Eventual height & spread: 45 cm x 60 cm