Tall American Bellflower
Companulastrum americanum, commonly called Tall Bellflower, is best grown in rich, moist, well-drained soils in partial shade. Plants can be either annual or perennial but will persist in the garden through self-seeding. Between June and August, light blue flowers about 1” across form on a flower stalk that can reach 6’ in height. The flowers appear somewhat flat, in contrast to its common name Bellflower. Allow these plants to mass in moist, lightly shaded gardens. Tall Bellflowers attract many different species of pollinators, becoming a buzz of activity when in bloom.
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