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Campanula isifolia

Bellflower family. Homeland - Mediterranean. About 500 species are widespread in nature. Suitable for growing in hanging baskets and pots.

Campanula isophyllae Campanula isophylla is a perennial herb about 15 cm tall, creeping stems, creeping leaves on long petioles, alternately arranged, heart-shaped, about 5 cm long. The surface of the leaf is light green, with a jagged edge. Panicle inflorescences, flowers are light blue or white, bell-shaped, five-petal, up to 3.5 cm in diameter. The fruit is a capsule.

Bellflower Portenschlag Campanula portenschlagiana is a perennial plant native to the Dalmatian mountains in Croatia. A low, lush bush - about 10-12 cm tall, and up to 50 cm wide. The corolla of the flower is deep purple or blue, funnel-shaped, 5-petaled. The flowers are small, about 1.5-2 cm in diameter. Quite frost-resistant species (up to -32-34 ° С in winter).

Campanula: care and cultivation

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Campanula isifolia

Temperature: moderate, does not tolerate heat in summer above 25 ° C. Cool content in winter, about 12-14 ° C.

Lighting: bright diffused light, shading from the direct sun on the south window. If it is too dark, the plant grows, the shoots stretch out, and the distance between the leaves increases. Grows best on an east or northwest window sill.

Watering: abundant in spring - summer, the soil should be moist inside the pot, but dry out in the upper layers of the soil. In winter, the dormant period, watering is very, very rare at cool temperatures, or replaced by spraying.

Fertilizer: from March to August, they are fed with fertilizer for indoor decorative flowering plants, once every 2-3 weeks. The ratio of macronutrients is preferably equal, for example, NPK 10-10-10, it is not bad if the fertilizer additionally contains minerals (boron, iron, magnesium, zinc).

Humidity: loves daily spraying, can be put on a pallet with wet gravel.

Transfer: annually in the spring. Soil mixture: 1 part turf, 1 part leaf, 1 part humus, 1 part sand, if the soil is covered with salt on top, it is better to replace it with fresh soil. Be sure to make bottom drainage so as not to flood the plants.

Reproduction: seeds, dividing the bush and cuttings in the spring. Cuttings root easily in water. Special pruning of campanule is not required, the thicker the bush, the more abundant the flowering.

Growing Problems: May be affected by rust, powdery mildew and leaf spot. A tick is very harmful if it moves to a plant from roses or store plants. Attention: snails and slugs eat up Campanula in the garden!

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