Will Campanula Persicifolia Bloom The First Year? - Knowledgebase Question

Cambridge, MA
Question by leslieliu
March 6, 2000
I have seeds for campanula persicifolia. Will the plant bloom the first year if I grow it from seed? And if not, how big of a plant do I need to buy from the nursery in order to have flowers this year?

Answer from NGA
March 6, 2000


Like most perennials, this one usually takes two years to bloom nicely. A plant from a four inch pot should bloom the first year you plant it -- although the larger the pot the more mature the plant and consequently the larger and more floriferous it will be.

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