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Campanula unrooted cuttings available from Schoneveld

Schoneveld Breeding has two Campanula cultivars in their assortment from cuttings, namely the Campanula Ambella and the Campanula Adansa.

Campanula Ambella (Campanula Portenschlagiana)
These plants have a pleasing round plantshape and an abundance of bell-shaped flowers that bloom from early spring through late summer. Due to the sturdy, compact habit little to no growth regulators are needed for these plants. Ambella is hardy and makes an excellent outdoor plant, however it thrives also very well in a pot indoors. This plant is terrific in 4-inch pots through gallon containers. Two colors are available Intense Purple (formerly named Dark Blue) and White. It is hardy to zones 5 through 9.

Campanula Adansa (Campanula Poscharskyana)
Just like Ambella, Adansa is a very strong plant. This more informal campanula has long stems and star-shaped flowers. The flowering period is the same as Ambella, from Spring till late Summer. Campanula Adansa has long bloom-covered tendrils, making it a perfect for hanging baskets or containers. With its sturdy habit, it is also great in the landscape. Recommended pot size is 4 inch to 10 inch. Adansa is available in three colors: Purple, Pink and White. It is hardy to zones 4 through 9.

The breeder's unrooted cuttings are produced at their farm in Tanzania and shipped to customers in US/Canadian market. It is now the time to order. Campanula URC are available from week 32 till week 52. If you are interested in receiving URC or rooted liners, contact your broker and/or rooting station. They have access to the up-to date availability list.

For more information:
Schoneveld Breeding
Dernhorstlaan 9
7391 HZ Twello
T: +31(0)571 271717

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