With their classic or cheerful appearance, the Campanula's from Addenda® are perhaps the most rewarding plants you can think of. Because of the variations and colors, they fit into different interior styles. Also because they immediately feel at home in various pots. From subtle pastel ceramics to sturdy willow and baskets and antique zinc buckets.
Do not be fooled into that fragile and elegant look, Campanula is a strong, easy houseplant that produces endless new flowers.
The Carpathian mountain range, these lie in southern Poland and extend into Serbia via the Ukraine and Romania.
The Campanula's Ambella® requires little maintenance. In brief:
Campanula can have both a light and a half shadow position.
Keep clods moist, avoid footbath.
Once every two weeks, plant nutrition promotes flowering.
Campanula can go outside in the warm months.
Remove faded flowers.
Colors and shapes
Campanula is a well-known garden bloomer that also works well inside and richly blooms with characteristic flowers that have a high ornamental value. Depending on the species, the plant offers white, pink, lilac or purple bells with five petals. The flowers can sit on hanging tendrils, but also bloom on top of the plant. The green consists of fresh green sprigs or is soft and herbaceous. The best known houseplant of the company is probably the Star of Bethlehem, a real room classic.