Campanula

Campanula is known for its upturned, cup-shaped flowers in shades of lavender, blue, violet, white, and pink.  Campanula is Latin for "little bell," which describes its flower's shape. This also gives us its common name, Bellflower.

ORIGIN: Campanula hails from the temperate regions in the Mediterranean and Caucasus, and also extends into the subtropical and tropical regions of Asia and Africa.

AVAILABILITY: Late spring through summer

CARE & HANDLING: Upon arrival, diagonally cut stems and place into a clean container with fresh, tepid water and fresh flower food solution. Keep in cool location out of direct sunlight and drafts. Replenish water as needed and recut stem ends periodically.  If used in floral foam, cut stems short to avoid water-stress.  Also works well dyed or dried.