What is Serbian bellflower
Serbian bellflower (Scientific name: Campanula posharskyana) is native to Yugoslavia, it is a cold-resistant perennial of the family Campanulaceae. A lot of small light velvet blossoms that are light purple are bloomed from the branches, with the stems sagging long. Nature is strong, I like sunny and well-drained soil. It is used for hanging pots and flowerbeds. Garden cultivars include 'Alpen blue'.
Common name: Serbian bellflowe, Scientific name: Campanula posharskyana, aka: Campanula 'alpen-blue', Serbian bellflower, trailing bellflower, Campanula Posical Skinanas, Posical Skiana, Place of origin: Yugoslavia, Plant length: 15 to 50 cm, leaf edge: sawtooth presence, leaf order: reciprocal, Inflorescence form: sparse conical inflorescence, corolla: bell shape with 5 tears at the tip, flowering time: March to September, flower color: light purple, flower size: 2.5 to 3 cm.