Diamond Bluebell Overview
Hanabusaya asiatica is a perennial plant in the Campanulaceae family. This plant is commonly known by the name Diamond Bluebell, it produces attractive, hanging, bell-shaped, purple flowers. Foliage is lacking, particularly at the base and this plant has adapted to sandy loam soils. It originates from mountainous regions in Korea and is often found growing naturally on north-facing slopes.
How to propagate Diamond Bluebell
You can propagate by seeds in the autumn. Self seeds readily.
Special features of Diamond Bluebell
Other uses of Diamond Bluebell
Suits large rock gardens and bases of banks.