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Perhaps it's seeded back to something closer to the species plant. I think dwarfness has been selected over time but the genes for something bigger might still be there.
go for it as Dave suggests
It does, doesn't it
Can you show us a photo of what's left?
and have you got your money back yet?
PS. I've finally started collecting seed and will put some on when sorted
You could get something even better. All those varieties we pay good money for were bred by someone
Victoria Campanula lactiflora is a species and comes from seed.
If you have a fancy cultivar, something like 'Prichard's Variety' that will not be quite the same. But probably good in spite of that.
I think if that broke away as you unpacked it was either duff to start with or badly packed. Unless you know you were excessively rough with it I would contact the supplier and ask for another or money back