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Beginner Gardening: campanula latifolio "Brantwood" (bellflower)

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Lake Toxaway, NC
(Zone 7a)

March 17, 2001
11:16 PM

Post #2478

I received seed of this campanula in a trade. Can it take much shade? The seeds are tiny; when should I start them? Any other information would be appreciated.
Deep South Coastal, TX
(Zone 10a)

March 17, 2001
11:48 PM

Post #59246

I bought seeds of those from T&M. I planted them on top of the potting mix and started them on the heat strip @ 72*.


Lake Toxaway, NC
(Zone 7a)

March 18, 2001
4:07 PM

Post #59512

so if I plant them directly, I need to wait until the soil warms?
Schenevus, NY

March 19, 2001
11:57 AM

Post #59747

i bought these orig form t&m. I live in zone 4. I collected seeds from them(and traded some) I have started them indoors about a week ago. ( 3/12) they are very tiny. I just surface sow and kept them warm(just by the wood stove) they are just begining to show. azillion tiny green things. I just keep them moist(i have them under lights now) Last yr in my garden they got to be about 3 feet tall with tons of lilac color blossoms. they bloomed in july and aug around here. hope this helps

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