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Trailing Bellflower ‘E.H. Frost’ - Campanula poscharskyana 'eh frost' (latin)

Area of origin: Europe
Adult dimensions: Height up to 30cm, width up to 40cm
Foliage: Semi evergreen
Soil type: Any type
Hardiness: Hardy to -25°C
Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
Density of plantation: 10 plants/m²

Properties and uses:
The Campanula Poscharskyana ‘E.H. Frost’, commonly known as Trailing Bellflower, is a hardy, low-growing, and ground-covering perennial. It adapts to any soil or situation, from full sun to partial shade, and produces a mat of small, white, star-shaped flowers throughout summer and autumn. The ‘E.H. Frost’ Bellflower is used in many ways for landscaping, such as covering embankments or fairly inaccessible areas, or creating a rock garden or a border with low plants. In the garden, it can be planted in a flowerbed, or at the foot of shrubs and bushes.

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