Posted: 27/07/2013 at 11:34
Planted a white bell flowered campanula a few years ago, grows to about 2 - 21/5 foot, and has spread everywhere like the weed it is. Also removed by the bucket load - roots under walls, steps - everywhere you can think of and a few places I never would have thought of. It looks lovely for abut 10 minutes then descends to woody, dull leaved nothing muchness!
We also have a very tall pale pink, beautifully perfumed campanula, (lactiflora Lodden Anna), which is a joy - has clumped up to a good big mass but never seeds around (probbably sterile). Forgot to stake it before i went on holiday so now lying over all its neighbours, my error, will try to remember earlier next year. Strongly recommend this one if you want a large, pink, perfumed and beautiful campanula.