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Genus of around 60 hardy perennial species known generally as ladybells. They originate from Eastern Asia and Europe and most species are restricted in their distribution to China or Siberia. Typically possessing fleshy roots, species in this genus can be labelled as invasive. Flowers are bell to funnel-shaped or tubular, with 5 petals, commonly range in colour from lilac to dark blue.
How to propagate Bellflower
Propagation is by basal cuttings in the early spring.
Seed in the autumn. Plant seeds when young to avoid disturbing roots.
Other uses of Bellflower
Grown for its flowers.