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Adenophora

Lady Bells

Lady bells are a member of the campanula family and are often mistaken for campanulas, which are shorter, stouter plants with similar blooms. Lady bells produce tall spikes of amethyst-blue flowers arranged symmetrically on the stems in early summer. The flower spikes persist well into the summer, making lady bells a popular cutting plant for flower arrangements.

Environment

Zone_3Zone_9 3 to 9

Water_use_3Water_use_4 Average to High

Exposure_2Exposure_3 Part Sun to Full Sun

Growth Rate Moderate

Height 2' 11" (0.889 m)

Width 0' 11" (0.2794 m)

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