Campanula (bellflower)

Yvonne Treacy asked 13 years ago

I bought a small campanula which at the time was full of flowers. I have since repotted and the leaves are doing well but growing slowly, however the flowers are no more and don’t look like they are growing new ones any time soon. The plant is in a pot on a north facing balcony and gets plenty of light and a few hours of morning sun. Is there a reason why I do not have flowers anymore?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 6 years ago
Some of the smaller campanulas are used as pot plants and flower in a burst for a few weeks. Some kinds produce more flowers later, and if it is growing well it will flower again.

Campanula isophylla is one of the better ones at repeat-flowering.