("Blaue Clips'.) This variety represents an improvement on the species because it is both more compact and more floriferous. It forms tufts never more than 8in high and throws blue blooms vigorously in July and August, with rebloom until frost. In fact, it absolutely buries itself in flowers. Perfect in a rock garden or as an edging plant.
Campanula is a fine group of garden plants in blue or white shades ranging from very dwarf to 6ft tall that look superb in the perennial border. Some bloom for the better part of summer. They need only a moderately rich, well-drained soil and full sun or partial shade. Campanulas are not well suited to the desert Southwest. Pot-grown.