Make your own free website on Tripod.com
NOS
CAMPANULA
PAGE

Copyright 2000-2004. Laurence C. Hatch. All Rights Reserved.
Lawful for online access only by current society members.
All downloading, printing, saving to media, imaging, screen capture, or offline use is prohibited.
Duplication by any means, method, or technology is unlawful.
Do not link to this page.
Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth' is wonderful not only for the subtle, maculated colors but the elegance of the cascading bells. One does not spire-like and rigid plants to get large bells anymore.  This fine species is given us not only good pinks and near reds but relaxed habit and refined foliage too. It is somestimes labeled and sold as a C. punctata as shown on the label.

Here at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens in Richmond 'Elizabeth' was a large, nearly shrub-like plant of surprisingly bright coloration and charm after a downpour.

Click images above and below for larger versions.

Below is an intimate 3.4 megapixel view of this freckled princess brought to you in 937,000 byte file size.

LCH

Campanula 'Hot Lips' has glorious white to blush bells with a glowing, pink interior in a complex pattern. This compact hybrid involving C. punctata is just one of many new hybrids with near perfect foliage, flowers, and habit. Click on the image for a larger version.

When we first compiled this bellflower database among the membership we worked on the assumption there were 300 named cultivars and we would describe perhaps 200 extant or important ones. Interest peaked and so were worked monthly and quarterly to improve the file even more. As usual, corrections, additions, and alternate opinions are welcome and have been reflected in these revised sections. Today in July 2003 we are pleased to present 342 cultivars, probably more than any one reference book or national collection.

Many of the names represent lost clones and seed strains, having only academic meaning today. Some of the old, surviving names have survived mainly in the name - the original traits having been lost or vastly improved upon by recurrent selections. At one time almost every seed house in Europe and America had their own named strains of this or that species. The same strain as translated to real plants may prove one thing from one grower and quite another from second firm. Unfortunately some of the seed exchanges, including those from otherwise reputable plant societies, have rendered true, reliable clones into variable strains the originator never intended them to become. It is both fraud and disrespect, especially when one considers the fine horticulturists and nursery houses that carefully perpetuated good clones for years only to find them polluted and oft inferior today. The horror that some "seed lists" have done to reliable nomenclature and clonal purity sometimes vastly exceeds the value of their rare species offerings. They should be ashamed and cease with their convenient silliness of wanting the biggest list of names at any cost.  It is only the ignorance and ego of their leadership and members that allows this to continue in so many genera, now facing increased levels of nomenclatural chaos in the trade and our finest gardens. Resist the temptation and get some integrity. Please.

We implore the reader here to resist the temptation to distribute proven, reliable clones by seed. Also resist the tempation to name anything in everything different until you have seen, studied, or grown all possible similar variations. When in doubt, submit them to an expert, regional trial, or your local arboretum for evaluation. Leave the creation of stable, seed strains to seed companies who are prepared to take measures to prevent unauthorized pollination and get the genetics just right to assure stability and uniformity.

The following are the most desirable references for your library. These provide rich taxonomic, historical, and photographic resources not found here.

LCH.


 

for more pages
like this visit the
NEW PLANT PAGE
to have your nursery
listed here or to
support our research click
NEW ORNAMENTALS SOCIETY

 

Campanula 'Alaskana'
ht: 50cm
fc: blue
or: derived from C. rotundifolia and sometimes incorrectly considered a variety of it.

Campanula alliariifolia 'Ivory Bells'
ht: 60cm 
ha: more compact than species typical
fc: ivory white
or: Alan Bloom

Campanula alpestris 'Alba'
fc: white
aw: RHS AM 1930

Campanula alpestris 'Frank Barker'
aw: RHS AM 1930

Campanula alpestris 'Grandiflora'
ht: 12cm
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula alpestris 'Rosea'
fc: a dirty pink, not a clear shade.

Campanula arvatica 'Alba'
fc: clean white
aw: RHS AM 1937

Campanula aucheri 'Quarry Wood'
aw: RHS AM 1965

Campanula 'Avalon'
ht: 20cm
ha: dense mound, wider than tall, semi-dwarf in vigor
fc: violet
ls: cordiform
lm: dentate, crinkled
or: C. carpatica var. turbinata x C. raineri

Campanula 'Balchiniana' (C. isophylla 'Alba' x C. fragilis)
fc: light blue
lc: new growth pink-tipped and cream margins. Older stems and some plants temporarily lack any variegation.

or: Messrs. Balchin before 1896

Campanula 'Barbara Valentine'
so: Monksilver (Catalog 2003)

Campanula 'Birch Hybrid'
ht: 6 in.
fc: compact, mat-forming in time
fc: bluish-purple
ft: corolla erect, upfacing, very open, giving an appealing show
fq: very floriferous
bt: very long bloom period, sometimes 2-3 months in summer
or: Walter Ingwersen as C. portenschlagiana x C. poscharskyana
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula 'Blue Gown'
fc: blue with white center
ft: star-like
lc: grey green
so:
source (Monterey Bay Nursery)
so:
Arrowhead Alpines

Campanula 'Blue Mist Maiden' - source (Potterton & Martin)

Campanula 'Blue Moonlight' - source (Heritage)

Campanula 'Bumblebee' (C. lasiocarpa x C. piperi)
ht: 4 in.
ha: forms flat rosettes
fc: rich blue
ft: slightly upfacing, "somewhat funnel form", intermediate between parents
ls: close to C. piperi parent
or: Rick Lupp of Mt. Tahoma as C. piperi 'Mt. Tahoma' x C. lasiocarpa. Named
or: to honor the hybridizers!
eval: Arrowhead Alpines (2000 Catalog) say "the best hybrid Campanula in existence,
eval: and its growable, not for beginners but far from impossible."
so:
source (Mt. Tahoma)
so:
Arrowhead Alpines

Campanula 'Burghaltii'
ht: 60cm
fc: greyish-purple
fd: corolla 8-10cm long
or: thought to be C. punctata x C. latifolia


Campanula carpatica var. carpatica 'Alba' ('White' in part)
ht: 12 in.
fc: white

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'Alba' ('Turbinata Alba')
ht: 6 in.
fc: white tinged blue
ns: var. carpatica 'Alba' is much taller

Campanula carpatica 'Avalon' = C. 'Avalon'

Campanula carpatica 'Bavarian Blue' - source (River Bend Nursery)

Campanula carpatica 'Bellissimo'
ht: 6-8 in. tall x 10-12 in. wide
fc: white and medium blue shades depending on seedling.
ft: to 2 in. wide
prop: grown like annuals
so:
Thompson & Morgan

Campanula carpatica 'Big Ben'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'Blaumeise' ('Blue Titmouse')
ht: 8 in.
fc: light blue, a clean shade
prop: seed strain

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Ball' ('Thorpedo')

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Bonnet'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Carpet'
ht: 8 in.
fc: blue

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Chips' = 'Blue Clips'

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Clips' ('Blue Chips', 'Blaue Clips')
ht: 9 in.
fc: light blue
ft: more upfacing, thus visible
or: Benery
prop: comes true from seed and thus is the most popular blue cultivar in recent years.
eval: this has been the most popular light blue cultivar in the 20th century.

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Bonnet'
ht: 7 in.
fc: white flushed blue
ft: often upfacing

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Moonlight'
ht: 6 in.
fc: light blue
or: Blooms of Bressingham

Campanula carpatica 'Blue Star'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'Blue and White Uniform'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'Bressingham White'
ht: 6-7 in.
fc: white, slightly tinged blue at the base
or: Bressingham Gardens UK
aw: RHS AM 1967

Campanula carpatica 'Caelestina'
fc: light blue

Campanula carpatica 'Caerulea'
fc: blue

Campanula carpatica 'Chewton Joy'
ht: 8 in.
fc: light blue margined a darker shade
bt: later in season than some light blue variants
or: Pritchard before 1929

Campanula carpatica 'China Cup'
ht: 20cm
fc: rich china blue

Campanula carpatica 'China Doll'
ht: 6 in.
fc: lavender. Another reference says "dark blue"?
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula carpatica 'Claribel'
ns: a listed nam

Campanula carpatica 'Cobalt'
ht: 8 in.
fc: dark purple - not cobalt blue by any means!
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula carpatica 'Convexity'
ht: 9-11 in.
fc: violet-blue

Campanula carpatica 'Craven Bells'
fc: china blue
or: Farrer's  Nursery

Campanula carpatica 'Deep Blue Clips' - seed source (Garden Makers)

Campanula carpatica 'Ditton Blue'
ht: 6 in.
fc: deep blue

Campanula carpatica 'Far Forest'
ht: 8.5-9.5 in.
fc: white flushed and margined violet-blue, more violet on the reverse
li: Hatch, L.C. 1983. Reference guide to ornamental plant cultivars. Taxonomic Computer Research.
li: Raleigh NC.

Campanula carpatica 'Fergusonii'
ha: more vigorous
fd, ll: all parts larger

Campanula carpatica 'Glacier Blue'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'Graham Giant' (10/99)
ht: 5 in.
ha: compact
fc: rich royal purple
fd: to 2.5 in.
ft: upfacing corolla
or: Mt. Tahoma selected from seed
so:
source (Mt. Tahoma)

Campanula carpatica 'Grandiflora'
fc: blue with whitish center
fd: presumably larger than species typical

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'Hannah'
ht: 6 in.
fc: white
bt: longer bloom period

Campanula carpatica 'Harvest Blue'
ht: 9 in.
fc: violet-blue

Campanula carpatica 'Harvest Moon'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'Hendersonii' ('Tymonsii')
fc: blue

Campanula carpatica  var. turbinata 'Isabel' ('Isobel')
ht: 10 in.
fc: deep bluish-purple, a very nice shade
ft: open corolla
or: Prichard before 1904 as 'Riverslea' seedling

Campanula carpatica 'Jewel'
ha: more compact
fc: dark purple
or: Benary

Campanula carpatica 'Jingle Bells'
ht: 9-12 in. tall x 12 in. wide
ha: neat, mounded
fc: various - white, lilac, and blue shades. Schmid (2002) says "blue and white flowers on the same plant".
ft: corolla chalice-shaped

Campanula carpatica 'Karpatenkrone'
ht: 20cm
fc: light blue

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'Karl Foerster'
ht: 4 in.
fc: dark blue saucer, white center
bt: longer bloom period

Campanula carpatica 'Kathy'

Campanula carpatica 'Kobaltglocke' ('Cobalt Bell')
ht: 35cm - much larger
fc: rich cobalt shade of blue

Campanula carpatica 'Lilliput'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'Little Gem'
ht: 6 in.
ha: more compact

Campanula carpatica 'Loddon Ferry' ('Loddon Fairy'?)
ht: 10 in.
fc: violet blue with lighter center

Campanula carpatica 'Maureen Haddon'
fc: medium blue
or: Blooms of Bressingham

Campanula carpatica 'Mattock's Double' (5/02)
ht: 35cm - rather tall for this species
fc: blue
ft: double
fd: 2.0 in. - larger than older doubles
or: Wendy Mattock
in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2002)

Campanula carpatica 'Mrs. V. Frere'
fc: rich blue, slighter lighter than 'Isabel'
ft: nicely textured corolla gives added interest

Campanula carpatica 'Queen of Sheba'
ht: 45cm
fc: china blue

Campanula carpatica 'Queen of Somerville'
ht: 15 in. - larger
fc: light blue

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'Pallida'
ht: 6 in.
fc: light blue

Campanula carpatica 'Pelviformis'
ha: dwarf, compact
ns: the literal meaning of this Latin epiphet is unclear in relation to garden plants.

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'Pseudoraineri'
ht: 4 in. - very small
fc: deep violet blue

Campanula carpatica 'Pyramidalis'
ns: a very old listed name. We may guess it is a more robust, taller clone. Anyone know this?

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'Riverslea' ('Giant', 'Riverslea Giant')
ht: 12 in.
fc: deep purple
fd: to 5cm
or: Pritchard before 1904

Campanula carpatica 'Queen of Somerville'
ht: 15 in.
fc: light blue

Campanula carpatica 'Snowdrift'
ha: compact, slower
fc: clean white

Campanula carpatica 'Snowsprite'
ht: 6 in.
fc: white
bt: later blooming than most whites

Campanula carpatica 'Spechtmeise' ('Blue Tit')
ht: 30cm
fc: bluish-violet

Campanula carpatica 'Suzy' ('Suzie')
ha: very compact
fc: light blue

Campanula carpatica 'Take Me'
in: Kirkdale Nursery, UK 2003

Campanula carpatica 'The Pearl'
ht: 4-6 in.
fc: violet-blue
aw: RHS AM 1967

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata ('Turbinata')
ht: 6 in.
ha: more compact
fc: typically violet-blue in garden variants except var. turbinata 'Alba' and 'Pallida'
ns: many of the dwarf garden cultivars probably derive from this variety.

Campanula carpatica 'Turbinata Compacta' = var. turbinata?

Campanula carpatica 'Tymonsii' = 'Hendersonii'

Campanula carpatica 'Vera'
ht: 6-7 in.
fc: violet-blue

Campanula carpatica 'Violetta'
ht: 20cm
fc: rich violet

Campanula carpatica 'Wedgewood Blue'
ht: 5-6 in.
fc: violet-blue
lc: darker green
ft: upfacing flowers
ns: the famous china and crystal company is spelled 'Wedgwood' but this name is in use to
ns: avoid any sort of trademark complications.

Campanula carpatica 'Wheatley Violet'
ht: 6 in.
fc: deep violet to bluish-violet

Campanula carpatica 'White Clips' ('Weisse Clips')
ht: 9 in.
fc: white
ft: upfacing as with 'Blue Clips', it's blue companion strain
or: Benary
prop: seed strain, making it the best known white cultivar on the market today
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula carpatica 'White Gem'
ns: a listed name.

Campanula carpatica 'White Convexity'
ns: a listed name. Apparently a counterpart to 'Convexity'.

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'White Star'
ht: 12 in.
fc: white
fd: larger than species typical
ft: notable fgor open corolla with numerous acute points for more of star-like shape
or: Pritchard before 1905

Campanula carpatica var. turbinata 'White Turbin' = var. turbinata 'Alba'

Campanula carpatica 'Zwergmőwe'
ht: 20cm
fc: silvery white


Campanula casmeriana 'Blue Cloud'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula chamissonis 'Major'
ht: larger

Campanula chamissonis 'Oyobeni'
fq: more floriferous than some strains
fc: blue with striping
or: Japan

Campanula chamissonis 'Superba'
fd: larger than species typicalk

Campanula 'Chelsea Pink' - Search for genus -> photo (Flowerweb)

Campanula 'Chewton Joy' - source (Heritage)

Campanula 'Cherry Bells' = C. punctata 'Cherry Bells'


Campanula cochleariifolia 'Alba' (var. alba)
ht: 4-6 in.
fc: white

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Bavaria Blue'
ht: 6-8 in. becoming 12-24 in. in flower
fc: deep lavender blue
fd: 0.5 in. - small and refined appearance
or: Jelitto
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Bavarian White'
ht: 8 in.
fc: white

so: Lost Horizons

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Blue Tit'
fc: bright blue
or: Bloom

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Blue Wonder'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Cambridge Blue'
fc: light blue
or: Blooms of Bressingham

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Elizabeth Oliver'
fc: light blue
ft: double
fd: to 12cm wide
or: found in a garden in Nottingham, England c. 1972

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Flore Pleno'
ft: double
fc: blue shades

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Hallii' = C. 'Hallii'

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Haylodgensis' = C. 'H.' 

Campanula cochleariifolia var. pallida 'Miranda'
ht: 4 in.
fc: silvery-blue
ft: corolla upfacing
fq: very floriferous
bt: longer bloom period, all summer in some climates

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Miss Willmott'
ht: 6 in.
fc: grayish-blue
fd: larger than most cultivars

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Oakington Blue'
fc: medium blue
fd: larger than species typical
or: Blooms of Bressingham

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Patience Bell'
fc: richer blue
inf: 10-12cm

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Pixie' - source (Thompson and Morgan)

Campanula cochleariifolia 'R.B. Loder'
ht: 2-3 in. becoming 4 in. in flower
gr: by some reports less vigorous than 'Elizabeth Oliver'
fc: light blue fading to near white
ft: full double
bt: 1-2 weeks after 'Elizabeth Oliver'
lu: rock gardens, edging small paths
or: Pritchard before 1922
photo, wholesale source:
source (Terra Nova)

Campanula cochleariifolia var. pallida 'Silver Chimes'
fc: silvery-blue

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Tubby'
fc: china blue
ft: rotund (rounded) corolla, wider than species typical

Campanula cochleariifolia 'White Baby'
fc: white


Campanula 'Constellation' (C. garganica x C. poscharskyana)
ht:
15cm tall x 60cm wide
fc: light violet-blue
fq: very floriferous, a  virtual constellation of miniature star
ft: corolla lobes 5, erect, and never reflected. The flowers face up for a nice look.
or: Alan Bloom as hybrid

Campanula 'Coradonga' = C. 'Covadonga'?

Campanula 'Covadonga'
ns: a listed name from Europe c. 2002

Campanula Divine Series (10/4)
ht: 7-10 in. tall x 6-8 in. wide
fd: 1.0 in.
bt: blooms 20-25 weeks from seed
prop: F1 hybrid from seed
in: Takii c. 2003
cultivars:

Campanula 'E.K. Toogood'
ht: 8 in.
ha: erect, compact mounds
fc: deep bluish-purple with white eye
ft: star-shaped, upfacing
lc: medium green becoming dark red in cold weather
ls: cordiform
ll: 0.25 in. long, very small
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula 'Edward Forest' (C. betulifolia x C. choruensis)
ht: 5 in.
fc: white and pink
lc: dark green
so:
Mt. Tahoma (online catalog 2000)

Campanula elatines 'Fenestrellata'
ht: 5 in.
ha: compact, mounded, often a radiating rosette, even starfish shaped
fc: medium blue, white eye

Campanula elatines var. garganica = C. garganica

Campanula 'Elizabeth Oliver' - source (Potterton & Martin)

Campanula 'Faichem Lilac' - source (Sandstone Plants)

Campanula 'Fergusonii' (C. carpatica x C. pyramidalis)
ns: an old, presumably lost cultivar of this parentage. 'Tymonsii' from the same parents is still with us.

Campanula 'G.F. Wilson' (C. pulla x C. carpatica var. turbinata)
ht:
10cm
ha: compact, semi-dwarf, slow enough for even the smallest rock garden
fc: violet-blue


Campanula garganica 'Blue Diamond'
ht: 10cm
fc: blue, lighter blue than species typical, especially in the lower portion of the corolla
ft: star-shaped corolla.

Campanula garganica 'Dickson's Gold' ('Aurea')
lc: golden yellow
or: Mr. Dickson, Ponteland, England
so:
source (Collector's Nursery)
so:
Arrowhead Alpines

Campanula garganica 'Hirsuta' (C. istriaca)
ht: 12 in.
fc: light blue
lc: gray-green due to heavy pubescence
lv: leaves very pubescent

Campanula garganica 'W.H. Paine'
ht: 6 in.
fc: dark blue with white center
or: from Tully Co., Ireland


Campanula 'Gayborder Charm' - Search for genus -> photo (Flowerweb)


Campanula glomerata 'Acaulis' (var. acaulis)
ht: 6-10 in. - shorter, dwarf
fc: bluish-violet
lu: popular for rock gardens due to its smaller size

Campanula glomerata 'Acaulis Alba'
ht: 6-10 in. - shorter, dwarf
fc: white

Campanula glomerata 'Alba' (var. alba)
ht: 18 in.
fc: white

Campanula glomerata 'Alba Nana' ('Nana Alba')
ht: shorter than 'Alba'
fc: white

Campanula glomerata 'Caroline'
ht: 15-18 in. - Busse Gardens says 30 in.
fc: lilac with darker edge for 2-tone effect
ft: star-shaped
so:
source (Lost Horizons)

Campanula glomerata 'Compacta Alba'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula glomerata 'Dahurica'
ht: 24 in.
fc: dark purple
fd: to 8cm - larger than species typical

Campanula glomerata 'Joan Elliott'
ht: 18 in.
fc: violet-blue
bt: sometimes earlier than other cultivars
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula glomerata 'Nana Alba'
ht: 15 in. - shorter but not dwarf compared to 'Acaulis'
fc: white
bt: very long bloom period
ns: likely to be the same as 'Alba Nana'.

Campanula glomerata 'Nana Lilacina'
ht: 15 in. - shorter
fc: light lilac-blue

Campanula glomerata 'Odessa'
ht: 24-36 in.
fc: rich purple
ft: corolla upfacing
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula glomerata 'Purple Pixie'
ht: 15 in. - shorter
fc: violet-blue
or: Blooms of Bressingham

Campanula glomerata 'Schneekrone' ('Snow Crown')
ht: 20 in. - taller than 'Alba'
fc: white

Campanula glomerata 'Superba'
ht: 30 in. - larger than most cultivars
fc: bright violet
in: 1910

Campanula glomerata 'White Barn'
ht: 12 in.
ha: dense, compact
fc: violet-blue
or: Beth Chatto


Campanula 'Hallii' (C. cochleariifolia x C. portenschlagiana)
ht: 10cm
fc: white
or: Alva Halll c. 1920

Campanula x haylodgensis 'Haylogensis' (C. carpatica x C. cochleariifolia)
ht:15cm
fc: light blue
or: Augustine-Henry of Hay Lodge, Scotland in 1885
ns: this is the original clone of this cross
 

Campanula x haylodgensis 'Marion Fisher'
ht: 4 in.
fc: white
ft: double
or: John Fisher, Cheltenham, England as seedling of 'Warley White'
so:
Mt. Tahoma (online catalog 2000)

Campanula x haylodgensis 'Plena'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula x haylodgensis 'Warley White' (8/00)
ht: 4-5 in.
ha: low, spreading
fc: pure white
ft: very full double - the most petals counted to date (11/00)
fd: 1 in.
so:
source (Terra Nova)

Campanula 'Hendersonii' (C. carpatica x C. pyramidalis)
ns: an old, presumably lost cultivar of this parentage. 'Tymonsii' from the same parents is still with us.

Campanula 'Hilltop Snow' (12/00)
ht: 5 in.
ha: neat, dense mounds
lm: toothed
fc: pure white
bt: long period in summer
or: Graham Nicholl of Timsbury UK
so:
source (Mt. Tahoma)

Campanula 'Hillview Hose in Hose'
ns: a listed name from Hillview Hardy Plants, UK c. 2002

Campanula 'Hot Lips' (1/00)
ht: 5 in. tall x 9 in. wide
ha: slow spreading, non-invasive
fc: white outside heavily spotted pink inside
ft: tubular, 2 in. long
or: Japan from C. punctata x ?
pat: PPAF
so:
source (Terra Nova Nurseries)

Campanula incana 'Blue Ice'- source (Sandstone Plants)

Campanula incurva 'Blue Ice'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula isophylla 'Alba'
fc: white
or: known in the UK since 1888 when it won the RHS FCC

Campanula isophylla 'Balchiniana' = C. 'Balchiniana'

Campanula isophylla 'Mayi'
fc: greyish-blue, tips darker
or: H.B. May, London c. 1899

ns: some plants under this name are C. 'Balchiniana'. It is possible the original plant was variegated?

Campanula isophylla 'Flore Plena'
ft: smaller than species typical, double
fc: bright blue

Campanula 'Joe Elliot' (C. morettiana x C. rainieri)
ht: 3 in. tall x 6 in. wide
ll: "minute"
infl: 3-5 flowers
fc: violet-blue
ft: corolla upright, visible
or: Joe Elliots, Cotswolds, England

Campanula 'John Innes' (C. carpatica x C. versicolor)(C. x innesii)
ht: 15cm tall x 70cm wide
fc: violet
ft: upfacing, star-like, lobes deeply and sharply pointed

or: John Innes Institute, England

Campanula 'Kent Belle' (C. takesimina or C. punctata x C. latifolia)
ht: 28 in.
ha: spreading clumps
fc: violet
ft: flowers nodding
fq: very floriferous
bt: may rebloom in autumn since it is sterile and has energy savings.
or: Elizabeth Strangman, Kent, England
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula 'Kent Blue'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula 'Kifu' (3/4)
ht: 25cm tall x 20cm wide
fc: rose-lilac with darker spots
ft: campanulate
lc: yellow new growth becoming yellow mottled and lime mottled on darker green
so, in: Notcutts (online catalog 2004)


Campanula lactiflora 'Alba'
fc: white

Campanula lactiflora 'Amethyst'
ht: 36 in.
ha: erect stems
fc: amethyst purple
fq: floriferous
or: Thompson & Morgan
so:
Thompson & Morgan

Campanula lactiflora 'Blue Avalanche'
ht: 4-5 ft.
fc: clear blue

Campanula lactiflora 'Blue Cross'
fc: soft blue mauve
inf: large sprays
or: Blooms of Bressingham
so:
source (Four Seasons)

Campanula lactiflora 'Blue Lady' (11/99)

Campanula lactiflora 'Coerulea'
fc: darker blue
or: UK before 1901 when RHS AM was given.

Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna'
ht: 36-48 in.
fc: light to flesh pink
prop: it often proves sterile, eliminating random, ugly seedlings
or: Carlisle Nursery, Reading, England before 1952
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula lactiflora 'Pouffe'
ht: 9 in. - shorter. Older plants can reach 12-18 in.
ha: compact, mounded
fc: light blue
bt: longer bloom period than older strains
or: Alan Bloom, Bressingham Gardens, England
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula lactiflora 'Pritchards Variety'
ht: 36 in.
ha: more stiff, erect than species typical
fc: dark purplish-blue. Lewis and Lynch state the true clone is RHS 87A and imposters may be different.
or: Pritchard Nursery before 1964, probably much earlier.
so:
Carroll Gardens

Campanula lactiflora 'Senior' (12/00)
ht: 24 in.
fc: medium blue mauve
fd: larger than species typical
inf: large sprays
so:
source (Four Seasons)

Campanula lactiflora 'Superba'
fd: larger than species typical
aw: RHS AM 1969

Campanula lactiflora 'White Pouffe'
ht: 14 in.
fc: white
ft: star-like
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula latifolia 'Alba' (var. alba)
ht: 36 in.
fc: near white, not a clean white by any means. Grown from seed as a strain and thus quite variable.

Campanula latifolia 'Amethyst'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula latifolia 'Brantwood'
ht: 24-30 in.
ha: erect, more compact than species typical
fc: deep violet-purple
fd: 1 in. to 2 in. when open
ft: upfacing flowers
bt: midsummer, longer than species typical, with possible rebloom in fall if deadheaded.
lu: proven as a cut flower
or: Brantwood estate, England
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula latifolia 'Buckland'
ns: a listed name from Europe.

Campanula latifolia 'Fairchem Lilac' - source (Grove House)

Campanula latifolia 'Gloaming' ('Gloming')
ht: 30 in.
ha: slower than species typical
fc: light mauve to light lilac
or: Alan Bloom

Campanula latifolia 'Macrantha'
ht: 36-48 in.
fc: purple
fd: larger than species typical
in: 1820

Campanula latifolia 'White Ladies'
fc: clean white
bt: longer bloom period than species typical
or: Alan Bloom


Campanula latiloba 'Alba'
ht: 30 in.
fc: white

Campanula latiloba 'Hidcote Amethyst'
fc: light lilac-pink, a very lovely and useful color
or: Hidcote Manor, Gloucesterershire, England

Campanula latiloba 'Highcliffe'
fc: lavender-violet
or: Pritchards Nursery

Campanula latifolia 'Pallida'
fc: light blue to bluish-white

Campanula latifolia 'Roger Wood'
ht: 100cm
fc: white and violet, distinctly bicolor look

or: Thelma Kay

Campanula latiloba 'Percy Piper'
ha: smaller, compact
fc: lavender-violet

ns: perhaps a hybrid to C. persicifolia but this is not confirmed.
id: Lewis and Lynch state "it is hard to distinguish from 'Highcliffe' "

Campanula latiloba 'Splash'
fc: blue with splashes of lighter blue


Campanula 'Lisduggan' - source (Oasis Plants)(NZ)

Campanula lusitanica 'Mini Blue'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula 'Lynchmere' (10/99)
ht: 10 in.
ha: sub-like with numerous stems
fc: deep blue
inf: dense terminal inflor.
bt: long period, often several summer months
or: C. elantines x C. rotundifolia
so:
source (Mt. Tahoma)
so:
Arrowhead Alpines

Campanula 'Norman Grove' - source (Potterton & Martin)

Campanula 'Mai Blyth' ('Maie Blyth')
ht: 5 in.
ha: dense mound of tiny crinkled leaves
ns: the correct spelling of the name is not yet determined

fc: blue
fd: 1 in.
inf: dense clusters
or: New Zealand, possibly involving C. carpatica
so:
source (Mt. Tahoma)


Campanula medium - Literature
li: Royal Hort. Soc. Wisley trial reports. 55: 145-148.

Campanula medium 'Calycanthema' ('Cup and Saucer', 'Flore Pleno')
ft: cup-and-saucer type, semi-double, calyx lobes petaloid and incised.
in: Veitch 1889 and perhaps known earlier

Campanula medium 'Dean's Hybrids'
ha: strong, uniform
fc: various, pink, blue, and white shades
ft: single
fd: larger than older strains
ch: more cold hardy in Canada.
eval: Buckley says this strain scored very highly in their 1964 and 1971 trials.
li: Buckley, A.R. 1977. Canadian garden perennials. Hanrock House. p. 28

Campanula medium 'Floreo Pleno Roucarmine'
ns: known in the UK since 1929, a double strain.

Campanula medium 'Imperialis'
fq: more floriferous

Campanula medium 'Russian Pink'
ht: 15 in.
fc: light pink
bt: blooms 16 weeks from seed

Campanula medium 'Single White Improved'
in: c. 1971

Campanula medium 'Weigandii'
lc: golden yellow
fc: blue


Campanula 'Milkshake' (10/4)
ht: 40cm
fc: lavender-pink
lc: green mottled light yellow

Campanula 'Mist Maiden' (C. rotundifolia x C. tommasiniana)
ht: 20cm
fc: white
in, or: hybrid before 1981. Ingwersen grew it but exact origin is unreported.

Campanula 'Molly Pinsent' (C. carpatica x ?)
ht: 20cm
fc: violet-blue
or: UK before 1980. Lewis and Lynch suspect it may be traceable to 1920's garden designer Cecil Pinsent

Campanula 'Mystery' - source (Roslyn Nursery)

Campanula 'Mystery Blue'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula 'Norman Grove' (C. isophylla x C. 'Stansfieldii')
ht: 15cm
ha: dense tuft to mat
fc: medium blue
or: probably named for Norman Grove, Campanula collector c. 1916

Campanula ochroleuca 'White Beauty'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula ochroleuca 'White Bells'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula 'Oliver's Choice'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula 'Pamela' (C. elatines x C. isophylla)
ht: 10cm tall x 40cm wide
ha: trailing, prostrate, proven long-lived in UK gardens
fc: mostly white but tips of lobes (10-25%) tinged violet. Lovely bicolor effect.
or: before 1953 when it got the RHS AM

Campanula 'Paul Furze' - source (Grove House)


Campanula persicifolia 'Alba'
fc: white, but some seedlings will likely be bluish
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Alba Coronata'
fc: white
ft: semi-double, cup-in-cup type and not a full double

Campanula persicifolia 'Alba Floreo-plena' ('Alba Plena')
fc: white
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Backhousei'
fc: white
id: Lewis and Lynch suggest it may prove identical to 'Grandiflora Alba'

Campanula persicifolia 'Beau Belle'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula persicifolia 'Beechwood'
ht: 24 in.
fc: light blue
ft: single

Campanula perscifolia 'Bennett's Blue'
ht: 75cm
fc : light blue
ft: fully double
or: Richard Blenkinship, Lincolnshire, England

Campanula persicifolia 'Best China'
ha: vigorous, longer lasting in gardens
fc: pure white
ft: cup and saucer type

Campanula persicifolia 'Bluebell' = 'Blue Bells'

Campanula persicifolia 'Blue Bells' ('Bluebell', 'Blue Belle')
ht: 12-24 in.
fc: rich blue
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Blue Bird'
fc: blue
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Blue Bloomers' (11/99) - source (Sollya)

Campanula persicifolia 'Blue Gardenia'
fc: rich blue
ft: double, that is Gardenia-shaped
bt: longer bloom period

Campanula persicifolia 'Boule de Niege'
fc: white
ft: double, buds very rounded unlike 'Alba Coronata'
ns: some plants under this name prove to be 'Fleur de Niege'

Campanula persicifolia 'Caerulea'
fc: blue to violet-blue
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Caerulea Floreo-plena' ('Coerulea Floreo-plena')
fc: blue
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Carillon'
ht: 105cm - taller than 'Alba'
fc: white
fd: corolla to 6cm wide
ll: 15cm long x 1cm - larger than 'Alba'
dr: rust resistant
or: Kelway

Campanula persicifolia 'Cantab'
ha: vigorous
fc: clear blue
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Chettle Charm' ('George Chiswell')
ht: 24-36 in.
ha: neat foliage mat
fc: creamy white lightly tinged blue to grey on the margins
fd: 1 in.
ft: corolla very open, flaring
bt: late spring to summer - longer than older cultivars.
lc: dark glossy green
or: Chettle House, England
in: Blooms to UK; Wayside Gardens to US 1998
so:
source, photo (Blooms of Bressingham)

Campanula persicifolia 'Chiswell Charm' = 'Chettle Charm'?
so:Woodside Gardens

Campanula persicifolia 'Coerulea Floreo-plena' = 'Caerulea Floreo-plena'

Campanula persicifolia 'Coronata'
fc: light blue
ft: semi-double hose-in-hose or cup-type

Campanula persicifolia 'Coupe d'Azure'
fc: blue
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'The Crescent'
fc: white
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Christine'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula persicifolia var. crystallocalyx Hayek ('Crystallocalyx')
ft: peduncles longer, calyx covered withg pellucid-crystalline dots
infl: more lax

Campanula persicifolia 'Dalluge'
fd: larger than species typical
fc: violet
ft: double, cup and saucer type

Campanula persicifolia 'Delft Blue'
ht: 24 in.
fc: china blue
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Essi'
fc: blue
ft: single
or: 1953

Campanula persicifolia 'Everest'
fc: white
ft: single
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula persicifolia 'Fair Mile' ('Fairmile')
ht: 36 in.
fc: rich blue
in: 1949

Campanula persicifolia 'Fairy'
ns: a listed name. Description needed.

Campanula persicifolia 'Fairy Queen'
fc: blue-gray
ft: single
in: 1927

Campanula persicifolia 'Fleur de Neige'
ht: 30 in.
fc: white
ft: semi-double to double, lobes are distinctly pointed compared to other doubles.
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula persicifolia 'Floreo-plena' ('Flora Plena')
ft: double
fc: various, white to blue, inclusive of separate variants 'Alba Floreo-plena' and 'Caerulea Floreo-plena'

Campanula persicifolia 'Frances'
ha: slower growing
fc: white margined light blue
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Frank Lawley'
ht: 60cm
fc: blue
ft: semi-double, 3 rows of petals, these often undulate

Campanula persicifolia 'Gardenia'
fc: white
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Gawen'
ht: 45cm
fc: white
ft: semi-double, hose-in-hose type
fd: 3.5-4.0cm
lc: darker green
or: found in an abandoned garden in Derbyshire, England

so: Woodside Gardens
so:Mt. Tahoma

Campanula persicifolia 'George Chiswell' = 'Chettle Charm'

Campanula persicifolia 'Giant Blue'
fc: blue
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula persicifolia 'Gigantea'
fd: larger than species typical
fc: various, apparently a seed strain

Campanula persicifolia 'Grandiflora' = 'Grandiflora Caerulea'

Campanula persicifolia 'Grandiflora Alba'
ht: 125cm - taller

fc: white
fd: larger than species typical
ft: corolla lobes more sharply pointed
or: grown in the UK since 1890

Campanula persicifolia 'Grandiflora Caerulea' ('Grandiflora', 'Grandiflora Coerulea', 'Petticoat')
fc: blue
fd: much larger than species typical

Campanula persicifolia 'Hampstead White'
ht: 60-70cm
fc: white margined and veined light green
ft: semi-double, hose-in-hose type
fd: 4-5cm wide
id: Lewis and Lynch state they cannot separate it fro 'Gawen' and 'Hetty'

Campanula perscifolia 'Hetty'
ht: 70cm
fc: white wtih green veins and tints
in: Dr. C. Hardwick, Surrey, England before 1985

Campanula persicifolia 'Humosa'
ha: smaller, compact
fc: blue
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Irish Double Cream' (6/02)
ht: 60cm
fc: creamy white, green button-like center
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Kelly's Gold' (8/00)
lc: bright golden yellow. Dan Heims says it "positively glows in spring"
fc: white tinged blue on the margins
or: found in Ann Holt's garden on Bainbridge Island
in: Kelly Dodson of Reflective Gardens, Poulsbo WA USA
photo, wholesale source:
source (Terra Nova)

Campanula persicifolia 'The King'
fc: blue
ft: double
aw: RHS AM 1926

Campanula persicifolia 'La Belle'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula persicifolia 'La Fée'
fc: white
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Ladham's Giant'
fc: variously colored, a seed strain
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula persicifolia 'Lavender Queen'
fc: lavender-blue
ft: single

Campanula persicifolia 'Lissadell'
ns: a listed name from older literature.

Campanula persicifolia 'Macrantha'
fc: blue
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula persicifolia 'Marion Knocks'
in: 1955

Campanula persicifolia 'Misty Morn'
fc: light blue
ft: semi-double

Campanula persicifolia 'Moerheimii' ('Summer Skies')
fc: white blushed with blue, a very agreeable color
ft: semi-double to double
or: Holland

Campanula persicifolia 'Mount Hood'
ht: 16 in. - shorter
ha: compact
fc: white
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Mrs. H. Harrison'
fc: medium blue
ft: double
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula persifolia 'Peach Bells'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula persicifolia 'Perry's Blue Boy'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula persicifolia 'Petticoat' = 'Grandiflora Caerulea'

Campanula persicifolia 'Pfitzeri'
fc: blue
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Pike's Supremo'
ht: 70cm
fc: dark blue
ft: semi-double
ns: may be a hybrid to P. latiloba

Campanula persicifolia 'Planiflora'
ht: 9 in. - dwarf
ns: this could be a corruption of 'Pleniflora' or 'Floreo-plena' but it is described as much shorter than
ns: the double usually is.

Campanula persicifolia 'Planiflora Alba'
ht: 9 in. - dwarf
fc: white

Campanula persicifolia 'Pride of Exmouth'
ht: 30 in.
fc: rich lavender to purplish-blue - not all plants are true. It should be a rich violet-blue
ft: semi-double

Campanula persicifolia 'Princess Royal'
in: 1935

Campanula persicifolia 'Rearsby Belle'
ht: 80cm - taller than some
fc: medium blue
ft: semi-double, cup in cup type
or: Hazel Kaye are hybrid involving 'Hampstead White'

Campanula persicifolia 'Ruth Lansdell'
in: 1959

Campanula persicifolia var. sessiliflora Velenovsky ('Sessiliflora')
ft: blooms sessile or nearly so, calyx hispid, corolla having shorter lobes
fd: 2 in.

Campanula persicifolia 'Shirley'
fc: blue
ft: double
aw: RHS AM 1925

Campanula persicifolia 'Snowdrift'
ht: 24-30 in.
fc: white
ft: single
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula persicifolia 'Spetchley'
fc: white
ft: single
aw: RHS AM 1921

Campanula persicifolia 'Splendida'
ns: a listed name from old literature.

Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' (var. maxima)
ht: 40 in. - taller
fc: blue
fd: 7-8cm - larger
gen: known to be a tetraploid, larger in all parts
or: known in the UK since 1705. It was lost for years and reintrocued by Telham Court in 1916
ns: regrettably many plants under this name are not true.

Campanula persicifolia 'Summer Skies' = 'Moerheimii'

Campanula persicifolia 'Tinpenny Blue'
in: Tinpenny Plants, England before 2002.

Campanula persicifolia 'Tinkerbell'
ht: 60cm
fc: white
ft: semi-double, cup in cup type
fd: smaller than some, giving a refined look

Campanula persicifolia 'Veneta'
fc: blue
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'Verdun'
fc: blue
ft: double
in: 1926

Campanula persicifolia 'Victoria'
so: Woodside Gardens

Campanula persicifolia 'Wedgewood' = C. carpatica 'Wedgewood'

Campanula persicifolia 'Wedgewood Alba' = C. carpatica 'Wedgewood White'

Campanula persicifolia 'Wedgewood Blue' = C. carpatica 'Wedgewood'

Campanula persicifolia 'White Cloud'
fc: white

Campanula persicifolia 'White Pearl'
fc: white
ft: double

Campanula persicifolia 'White Queen'
fc: white

Campanula persicifolia 'William Laurensen'
fc: blue
ft: single
aw: RHS AM 1901

Campanula persicifolia 'Windsor Bell'
ft: double
in: 1950

Campanula persicifolia 'Wirral Belle'
fc: rich blue
ft: double
in: 1949

Campanula persicifolia 'Wortham Belle'
ha: upright, vigorous
fc: light blue
ft: double
or: Blooms of Bressingham


Campanula piperi 'Marmot Pass' - 10/99 ADDITION - source (Mt. Tahoma)

Campanula piperi 'Mt. Tahoma' - 10/99 ADDITION - source (Mt. Tahoma)

Campanula piperi 'Townsend Ridge' - 10/99 ADDITION - source (Mt. Tahoma)


Campanula portenschlagiana 'Lieselotte'
ns:a listed name from Europe.

Campanula portenschlagiana 'Major'
fd: larger than species typical

Campanula portenschlagiana 'Resholdt'
ht: 4 in.
ha: mat-like, moderate to high vigor - stronger than many seedlings
fc: bright violet purple - superior shade than species typical. Arrowhead Alpines
fc: says "light blue"
fd: larger than species typical
bt: very long - sometimes June to Nov.
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)
so:
Arrowhead Alpines


Campanula poscharskyana 'Blauranke'
fc: dark violet-blue, center clean white for a bicolor look. Center is about 25-30% of corolla facing surface.
or: Germany

source (Woodside Gardens)

Campanula poscharskyana 'Elizabeth Hollister Frost' ('E.H. Frost', 'Albifora')
ht: 8 in.
ha: clump-forming, prostrate
fc: light blue with blue eye aging to near white
fd: 1 in.
bt: June-August (MD) with possible autumn rebloom
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula poscharskyana 'Glandore' ('Glandor')
ht: 10 in.
ha: strong, clump-forming, often a dense tuft with age, spreads less than most other cultivars.
fc: "china blue"
fq: more floriferous
ns: Lewis and Lynch state it may have some C. garganica in it.
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula poscharskyana 'Lilacina'
fc: lilac-pink

Campanula poscharskyana 'Lisduggan'
ht: 5-9 in., often larger than species seedlings
ha: compact
st: distinctly red or red tinged, adding some interest
fc: mauve pink to lavender-pink
or: found in County Wicklow, Ireland garden
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula poscharskyana 'Multiplicity'
ft: double
so:
Woodside Gardens

Campanula poscharskyana 'Silberregen'

Campanula poscharskyana 'Stella'
ht: 6-10 in.
ha: neater, compact growth than species typical
fc: deep bluish-violet but a very bright shade
bt: longer bloom period than species typical
or: George  Arends. Possible influence of C. garganica or C. isophylla has been suggested.
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)


Campanula primulifolia 'Blue Oasis'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula 'Pseudoraineri' (C. raineri x C. carpatica)
ht: 15cm tall x 15-20cm wide
ha: spreading mound or tuft
fc: blue
fd: 3.5-4.5cm wide

Campanula 'Puff of Smoke' (C. punctata x C. latifolia var. macrantha) (5/02)
ht: 60cm
ha: upright
fc: smokey blue buds open to white
in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2002)

Campanula punctata f. albiflora ('Alba')
ht: variably from species' size to smaller.
fc: white

Campanula punctata 'Alma's Double' (5/02)
ht: 35cm
fc: pink
ft: double
or: Cotswold says it comes from the USA. It is spelled 'Alina's Double' in the RHS PLANT FINDER 2003-2004.
in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2002)

Campanula punctata 'Beetroot' (11/99)
fc: said to be an improved, colorful 'Rubriflora' type
source (Sollya)

Campanula punctata var. honodensis 'Bossy Boots' (5/3)
ht: 30 in.
fc: rose-mauve
or, so: Four Seasons Perennials (online catalog 2003), own introduction

Campanula punctata 'Bowl of Cherries' (9/01)
ht: 15 in. tall x 15 in. wide in flower
ha: compact, spreading mound only 5 in. tall
fc: cherry red with white tips
fq: very floriferous
bt: reblooms if older stems removed
pat: PPAF
or: Terra Nova Nursery hybrid
source, photo:
source (Terra Nova) (2002 Catalog: 2, 4)

Campanula punctata 'Cherry Bells'
ht: 26-28 in.
ha: strong, spreading with erect inflor.
fc: red lightly margined white
or: Japan
in: Terra Nova Nur. to US trade c. 1999
source, photo:
source (Terra Nova)

Campanula punctata var. chinensis
ha: smaller than var. punctata in gardens
st: paler, green color - less red
fd: smaller than var. punctata in gardens
geo: China, Siberia

Campanula punctata 'Flashing Lights' (2/03)
fc: lavender
lc: mottled cream
in: Terra Nova Nur. 2003
source, photo:
Terra Nova (online catalog Fall 2002)

Campanula punctata var. hondoensis
ha: larger than var. chinensis and var. punctata in gardens
ft: lacking calyx appendages as the typical variety

Campanula punctata f. impunctata
fc: creamy white, lacking red spots and tints throughout, corolla lobes may be slightly reddened.

Campanula punctata 'Kent Belle' = C. 'Kent Belle'
 

Campanula punctata 'Kent Belle Variegated' (5/02)
fc: blue
lc: cream and purple marked, often reverting
or, in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2002)

Campanula punctata 'Millenium'
ht: 45-60cm
fc: creamy white striped light pink

Campanula punctata 'Milly'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula punctata 'Mottled'
in: Warren Hills Nursery, England c. 2003

Campanula punctata 'Mystic Bells'
ht: 50-70cm
ha: more vigorous
fc: violet (RHS 88D)
li: Cunliffe, I. and S. Barton. 1998. Plant Var. J. 11(4): 1

Campanula punctata 'Nana'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.  Validity of this Latin name is questionable.

Campanula punctata 'Pallida'
fc: more creamy-white, less marked red than 'Rubriflora'

Campanula punctata 'Pantaloons' (9/01)
ht: 28 in. tall x 15 in. wide
fc: light purple with whitish tips
ft: campanulate, hose-in-hose, with tips flaring widely
or: Terra Nova Nursery hybrid
source, photo:
source (Terra Nova) (2002 Catalog: 2, 3)

Campanula punctata 'Pink Chimes' (9/01)
ht: 15 in. tall x 15 in. wide in flower
ha: compact foliage mound to 5 in. tall
fc: pink outside, white spotted pink inside
fq: floriferous
bt: reblooming if cut back
pat: PPAF
or: Terra Nova Nursery hybrid
source, photo:
source (Terra Nova) (2002 Catalog: 2, 16)4

Campanula punctata 'Pink Elipse'
fc: pink
or: Farmyard Nur., S. Wales

Campanula punctata 'Reifrock' (12/00)
fc: creamy white
inf: "pendant bells"
so:
source (Four Seasons)

Campanula punctata 'Rosea'
fc: medium pink from a distinct, not as red as 'Rubriflora'

Campanula punctata 'Rubriflora' ('Rubra', var. rubriflora)
ht: 10 in.
fc: cream heavily tinged purple and spotted red, more heavily than most cultivars. It is dark red overall.

Campanula punctata 'Sarastro'
fc: light pink
ns: this Bluemel plant does not sound like C. 'Sarastro', described as deep
ns: violet purple by Terra Nova
so: wholesale source (
Kurt Bluemel)

Campanula punctata 'Smokey Blue' (5/02)
ht: 55cm
fc: "smokey blue"
in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2002)

Campanula punctata 'Vienna Festival' (10/4)
ht: 50cm
st: red
fc: dark purplish-red
lc: dark green
in: Darwin Plants (online website 2004)

Campanula punctata 'Wedding Bells'
ht: 16-18 in.
ha: strong, spreading
fc: white sometimes blushed pink
ft: hose-in-hose type doubleness
so:
source (Lost Horizons)
source, photo:
source (Terra Nova)

Campanula punctata 'White Hose-in-hose'
fc: white
ft: hose-in-hose semi-double

Campanula punctata 'Wine 'n Roses' (5/02)
ht: 30cm
fc: dark reddish-purple (wine red), heavily speckled (in rose pink?)
lc: dark green
in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2002)

Campanula punctata 'Wine and Ruby' ('Wine 'n Rubies')
st: dark red tinged
lc: dark red tinged
fc: plum purple


Campanula pyramidalis 'Aureovariegata'
lc: mottled yellow

Campanula 'R.B. Loder' (C. cochleariiflora x ?)
ht: 8cm tall x 15cm wide
fc: light blue to whitish-blue, paler than C. cochlariifolia 'Elizabeth Oliver'
or: UK c. 1920

Campanula 'Rebecca Gunson' (C. takesimana x C. latifolia) - 9/99 ADDITION

Campanula rapunculoides 'Alba'
ht: often shorter than species typical
fc: white

Campanula rapunculoides 'Afterglow' (5/02)
ht: 35cm
fc: greyish-lilac
or: Peter Lewis
ns: there is also an Adenophora cultivar of this name.
in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2002)

Campanula 'Rosanna's Rainbow'
lc: variegated.


Campanula rotundifolia 'Alba'
ht: 15 in.
fc: pure white

Campanula rotundifolia 'Jotunheimen'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.

Campanula rotundifolia 'Neds White' (10/99)
ht: 8 in.
gr: vigorous
fc: pure white
fd: larger than species typical
ft: cup-shaped
or: Ned Lowry found at Mt. Townsend in WA USA
so:
source (Mt. Tahoma)

Campanula rotundifolia 'Olympica'
ht: 15 in.
ha: compact
fc: dark lavender-blue
or: Olympia Mts., WA USA

Campanula rotundifolia 'Purple Gem'
ht: 8-15 in. - reports vary widely
fc: deep purple
lc: leaves form maroon rosette in winter.
so:
source (Carroll Gardens)

Campanula rotundifolia 'Soldanelloides'
ft: corolla incised and cut into segments, reminding some of the genus Soldanella.


Campanula 'Samantha'
ht: 3-5 in.
ha: mat-forming, slowish
fc: bluish-violet tinged white in center
ft: upfacing per Terra Nova photo
ff: very well scented
bt: reblooms with good deadheading
or: Reeck
so:
source (Terra Nova)
so:
source (Collector's Nursery)

Campanula 'Sarastro' (C. punctata x C. trachelium) (9/99)
ht: 18 in.
ha: more fully branched than C. punctata
fc: deep violet purple
ft: campanulate, nodding
fd: much larger than C. punctata
prop: sterile
or: Sarastro Nursery, Austria
so:
Four Seasons Perennials
photo, wholesale source:
source (Terra Nova)

Campanula 'Smokey Blue'
so: Cotwold Garden Flowers

Campanula 'Sojourner' (C. parryi x C. piperi) (10/99)
ht: 4 in.
ha: foliage mat like C. parryi
lm: dentate margins as C. piperi
inf: large sprays
fc: lavender
or: Mt. Tahoma found in a lot of C. parryi seedlings
so:
source (Mt. Tahoma)

Campanula 'Stansfieldii' (C. tommasiniana x C. carpatica? or C. tommasiniana x C. pulla)
ht: 12cm
fc: violet-blue

Campanula 'Summer Pearl'
ns: a listed name from England before 2002.

Campanula 'Swannables'
ht: 40cm
fc: greyish-pink
ns: the RHS consider this a cross of C. punctata x Symphyandra ossetica, a bigeneric hybrid.
in, so:
Cotswold Garden Flowers (online catalog 2001)


'Beautiful Truth' ('Beautiful Trust','Eugenie')
Photo courtesy of Terra Nova Nurseries.

Campanula takesimana 'Beautiful Truth' ('Beautiful Trust','Eugenie')(1/00)
ht: 26-28 in.
fc: white
ft: drooping, highly cut, lacy flowers. Reminds one sometimes of Loropetalum.
inf: erect panicle
lc: medium-dark green, contrasting well with flowers
lm: deeply dentate to shallowly incised, very ornamental
or: Song Ki-hun of Chollipo Arb. S. Korea 1997 and named 'Beautiful Truth' for his daughter
ns, in: Dan Hinkley to US under incorrect name 'Beautiful Trust'. The original, valid name approved
ns, in: by the originator should be used.
pat: PPAF
so:
source (Heronswood Nursery)
photo, wholesale source:
source (Terra Nova)

Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth'
fc: heavily tinged and purplish-red to red, only the inside and corolla tips showing much white. See photo above.
or: Elizabeth Strangman, Kent, England
ns: it is sometimes sold as C. punctata, a closely related species.

Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth II'
so: Cotswold Gardens Flowers (Catalog 2003)


Campanula 'Timsbury Perfection'
ns: a listed name from England c. 2002.

 


Campanula trachelium 'Alba'
fc: white
ft: single

Campanula trachelium 'Alboplena' ('Alba Flore Plena')
fc: white
ft: double

Campanula trachelium 'Bernice'
ht: 24-26 in. tall x 14 in. wide
ha: strong, vigorous, upright, more compact than species typical and less weedy than it.
fc: bluish-purple or violet blue, whiter on the reverse, overall a light blue
ft: double, widely flaring and elegant when open
or: England
photo, wholesale source:
source (Terra Nova)
so:
source (Lost Horizons)

Campanula trachelium 'Snowball' (8/00)
ht: 24 in. tall x 14 in. wide
ha: well-branched, more compact
fc: pure white
ft: full double
pat: PPAF
or: Dan Heims
photo, wholesale source:
source (Terra Nova)


Campanula 'Tymonsii' (C. carpatica x C. pyramidalis)
ht: 12cm
fc: china blue

Campanula turbinata = C. carpatica var. turbinata

Campanula 'Van Houttei' (C. latifolia x C, punctata)
ht: 40cm
fc: violet-blue to lavender-blue
or: Thibaut and Keteleer c. 1878, apparently named for the Van Houtte Nursery of Belgium.

Campanula 'Wheatley Violet' - source (Heritage)

Campanula x wockei 'Puck' (C. pulla x C. waldsteiniana)
ht: 10cm
fc: blue
in: Alan Bloom

Campanula 'Wortham Belle' - source (Sandstone Plants)

Campanula 'Zierlotte'
ns: a listed name from Europe before 2002.