Campanula Carpatica White Ground Cover
Campanula carpatica White (Bellflower)
Campanula carpatica White ground cover plants are the ideal plant for almost any garden style. An abundance of gorgeous, upwards facing, open bell-shaped flowers on branched stems in a wonderful pristine white are produced from early Summer accompanying the fresh green heart shaped leaves. These are smashing little plants that are incredibly free flowering.
Hugely popular due to their long flowering period from May to October, they are amazingly versatile, performing best in full sun, they will also be quite happy in partial shade, and will thrive in any well-drained soil. Great at the front of beds and borders or as edging along paths, in a gravel garden, spilling over walls, or planted in the cracks in paving. Bushy, clump forming and very easy to grow, Campanula carpatica White ground cover will quickly develop into a weed supressing mat filled with masses of flowers. Bees and butterflies love them, so they also make a wonderful addition to a wildlife garden.
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Low maintenance, Campanula carpatica White ground cover can be planted in normal, sandy or clay soils that is moist and well-drained. They are pretty drought resistant but are happiest with a regular supply of water during dry summers. For best results plant them in full sun in fertile well-drained soil (they will tolerate semi-shade but may produce less flowers). Deadhead any spent flowers to help prolong the flowering season. They will die back down to ground level in winter when you can trim off any straggly dead foliage ready for the following Spring.
How to grow Campanula carpatica White
Position: Full Sun/partial shade
Foliage: Perennial, leaves appear from Spring with flowers following in early Summer through to mid-late Autumn
Soil and site: Fertile, well drained
Flowering time: June to September
Growth rate: Moderate
Ultimate height and spread: 20cm with an average spread up to 50cm
Aftercare: Water well until established, avoiding soil becoming waterlogged. Trim off any dead/straggly areas after flowering has finished