The Q&A Archives: Adenophora Lilifolia

Question: Where can I get Adenophora Lilifolia (bell-shaped lady bells)? Are those the ones wild European ones you can find wild? There are some campanulas or lady bells that grow wild in Northern Minnesota.

Answer: Adenophora lilifolia, or Lilyleaf Ladybells, are hardy in zones 2 to 8, and do grow wild in northern Minnesota. Plants grow 3' tall and spread about 24 inches. The flowers of these plants resemble those of the genus Campanula. The blue, bell-shaped flowers appear in mid- to late summer. Adenophora can become invasive when given a suitable site. Provide exposure to full sun or partial shade. Plants are available from:
Willow Pond Nursery
P.O. Box 192
Hewlett, NY 11557
Ph: (516) 374-2522

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