is the only one of some 300 species in the genus Campanula grown as a pot plant. It is native to Italy.
It has thin, trailingwhich are completely concealed by the profusion of in summer. The bell-like corollas open wide and are usually coloured blue, although sometimes they are white; these are typical of the cultivar ‘Alba’. The white-and blue-flowered plants are commonly called ‘bride’ and ‘groom’.
The best location for the plant is in a window where it has plenty of light. A suitableis a mixture of mould, peat and sand. Water liberally in spring and summer, but because it does not tolerate permanently wet compost, a layer should be put at the bottom of the pot. Feed with compound mineral fertilizer weekly during the growth period. In winter, water sparingly, just so the plants do not dry up. It requires a temperature of 4°-10°C (39°-50°F). As soon as the have faded, the plant. Propagate from or by tip .