The Pink Belflower ‘Adansa’ will brighten up even the smallest of spaces. These gorgeous perennials have a long flowering period (from early spring to late summer) and with the right care, they will bloom for years to come!
Adansas have lovely star-shaped pink flowers and a slightly random growth habit that will add charm to your balcony, patio or garden this summer.
Growing pot size: 19 cm
Overall plant height including growing pot: 25-30 cm
Key Benefits - Welcome pollinators to your garden!
Campanulas are known for attracting pollinators to your garden, particularly bees. These little species will play an important part in the growth of the plants and flowers making your green space even more radiant!
Plant Care Tips: Pink Bellflower 'Adansa’
Bellflowers are very easy to look after. They require little care, just find yours a sunny to part-shady spot and water up to two times a week. You may need to cut off some of the older, dried up flowers to keep your plant looking its best.
The Pink Bellflower 'Adansa' Story
Where is it from?
Campanulas Bellflower are native to northern temperate regions, tropical mountains, and the Mediterranean.
Who is the Campanula Adansa?
They are called Bellflowers due to their bell-shaped flowers. Campanula is the Latin name for ‘little bell’
Good For You!
Self-confidence: Seeing plants that produce flowers like the Campanulas thrive as a result of our care boosts our confidence and, in the long term, can influence how we face life's challenges with more ease.
Colour: The colour green has a feel-good effect on us, adding little pops of colour in your green garden can accentuate the feelings of health and
Is The Pink Bellflower 'Adansa’ The Right Plant For Me?
Not just for the outdoors, they can also be kept indoors and are resistant to colder weather, making them a great buddy to not very experienced gardeners.
Pets: Keep away from nibbly pets
A classic plant with delicate little flowers that will bring the spring season to your home!