(Campanula medium ‘Pink’)
Pink Canterbury Bells is a biennial flower that is native to Italy and France that is commonly found growing in shady areas of moist woods and meadows, and along streams and ditches in the northwestern and northeastern United States. At maturity, this plant reaches the height of 3' and features long, loose clusters of long lasting bell-shaped pink flowers. This plant is perfect for cut flowers, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, is resistant to deer, makes dyes, and is also edible!
Variety: Pink Canterbury Bells
Also Known As: Bell flower and Widow bell
Awards: 1933 All-America Selections Winner
Native to: France, Italy.
Introduced into: Austria, British Columbia, Connecticut, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Krym, Michigan, Montana, New Brunswick, New York, New Zealand North, New Zealand South, Ontario, Oregon, Romania, Spain, Ukraine.
Ease of Growing: Easy
Grown as: Biennial
Maturity (Blooms): Spring and summer
Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Medium
Beneficial Insects?: Yes. Attracts Bees & Butterflies and Hummingbirds, as well as resisting deer and rabbits.
Sow Depth: On soil surface
USDA Zone: 3a-9b
Produces: long, loose clusters of bell-shaped pink flowers.
Garden Uses: flower beds, borders, and containers.
Young shoots: raw or cooked.
(Heuchera Sanguinea 'Firefly')
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Coral Bells Firefly is a hardy cool weather perennial wildflower that is native to Arizona and New Mexico and is commonly found growing on cliffs, hills, and in alpine areas. At maturity, this plant reaches the height of 12-19” and features thin, wiry stems, green heart-shaped foliage, and red bell-shaped nodding flowers. This plant can be grown in a container, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, is resistant to deer and rabbits, and are great as a cut flower.
(Stachys Byzantina ‘Lamb's Ear’)
Lamb's Ear is a mat-forming perennial flower that is native to the Middle East but can be commonly found growing in disturbed meadows and prairies in scattered locations throughout the United States. At maturity, this plant reaches the height of 12-16” and features velvety silver leaves, 10-16” spikes, and small bright purple flowers. This plant can be grown in a container, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, resistant to deer and rabbits, tolerates drought, is both edible and medicinal, self sows, and is great as a cut flower!