Canterbury Bells or Campanula
It is a much-loved flower by many gardeners. It prefers cooler climates however you can still grow it as long as you provide morning sun and plenty of shade in the afternoon.
It grows from seeds and likes a rich well-drained soil. They do not flower during the first year. When the flowers die pinch the seed buds and collect them for another area of your garden, By removing the dead flowers you will also encourage the plant to flower again.
It can reach up to 60 cm in height.
Canterbury bells flower during the months of spring for about 6 weeks. The flowers have a distinctive cup and saucer shape that makes them very attractive.
To get the best results, soak the seeds in warm water and germinate them inside before transferring them to your garden.
Ideally, you should plant them in a pot until they grow big and strong as they are very susceptible to pests that eat the entire leaves.