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I figured out what my unidentfied babies were. Campanula Americana. Tall Bellflower. Has anyone had these.? I understand they are biennial, like shade, will they grow in the sun? Any advise would be helpful. The seeds came from Prarie Moon.
I don't know what good it will do you, but I have the perfect spot for them...lol!! Do you have a shaded area next to your house? I would plant them right up against it with astible and columbine. I have found more shade tolerable plants this year and I am loving them!!
I planted them from seed when I planted my first garden years ago thinking they were perennials. I had them in both sun and shade and they did well in both places. You wont see a bloom the first year. but be sure to plant some more seeds next year so you will have them blooming every year.
Thanks for the advise, Cheryl.
Campanula Americana is listed as an annual.
I always get nervous around campanulas since so many are classified as invasive! Biennial and annuals are safe and will act as perennial as they freely self seed!
That one is a keeper!!
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