ADENOPHORA GAUDI VIOLET

ADENOPHORA GAUDI VIOLET

5.00

A compact variety of this campanula relative which will flourish its spires of light violet dangling bell-shaped flowers from early summer until the autumn, given a bit of dead heading along the way. Adenophora Gaudi Violet is fairly new and very pretty indeed.  Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 18 to 24 in. 1 litre pot.

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We have a nice bushy specimen in a big pot which can be made to flower for ages simply by cutting back the flowering stems to just below the flowering level once they go over.

Gaudi Violet is a fairly new variety of Adenphora Confusa, a native of central Europe to Siberia, so no issues with hardiness then! Woodland, grassland and high altitude locations in its home territories mean it will grow pretty much anywhere, too.

Ladybells seems to be the common name for Adenophora, which we find rather sweet.

Adenophora Gaudi Violet is a hardy perennial with spikes of dangling pinky purple bell shaped flowers all summer suitable for sun or semi-shade. 


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