Chimney Bellflower Overview
Campanula pyramidalis is a beautiful species, also known by the name Chimney Bellflower, due to its numerous pyramid-shaped flower spikes that appear in summer. It's a deciduous short-lived perennial species with a clumping growth habit. Better treated as a biennial and raising new plants from seed each year, Campanula pyramidalis is popular for its stunning light blue to purple bell-shaped flowers which last for a long time during the summer. Well-loved by bees and other pollinators, this plant is a great addition to any garden. Its foliage is dark green. The Chimney Bellflower prefers full sun and is happiest in a light, slightly alkaline soil. It is easy to grow and to love!