Campanula Glomerata 'Freya' - Clustered Bellflower

Status: Out of Stock
Mature Height: 14 to 18 inches
Mature Spread: 16 to 20 inches
Proper Name: Campanula glomerata 'Freya'

Collections: Full Sun, Part Shade/Sun

Product type: Perennial - Pot

Tags: Bloom Spring, Bloom Summer, Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant, Feeds Pollinators, Flower (Purple), Full Sun, Part Shade, Part Sun


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If you are looking for an easy to grow wildlife resistant perennial look no further than the clustered bellflower. Bunches of purple flowers emerge from clumps of foliage in late spring to early summer. Campanula grows well in well-drained fertile soil that is neutral or somewhat alkaline and can grow in areas of full sun to partial shade.

Bloom Color:Purple clusters
Bloom Period:Spring through summer
Genus & Species:Campanula glomerata 'Freya'
Mature Height:14 to 18 inches
Mature Spread:16 to 20 inches
Plant Spacing:12 to 16 inches
Planting Depth:At crown level (base of the plant)
Planting Time:Spring, summer, fall
Soil Type:Prefers soil with good drainage neutral to akaline
Sun Exposure:Full Sun to Part Shade
Zone:5 to 8

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, but like any living thing will require your attention. Please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Caring for Campanula Glomerata 'Freya' - Clustered Bellflower

Clustered bell flower requires fertile well drained soil, so it's not perfect for all gardens; however, if you can meet these needs then clustered campanula glomerata is a great option for a number of circumstances. It tolerates part shade and even prefers some shade when summers are hot. Cutting back plants after flowering will keep them more compact and prevent them from reseeding, when doing so you may even get additional blooms.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Campanula Glomerata 'Freya' - Clustered Bellflower

Gwen Frutchey

came thru fine and all planted. Very happy

Susan Melton
Campanella freya

Planted my plants right away and they are growing fine. Can’t wait for spring for the flowers