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Adenophora pereskiifolia   

Spikes of pale lavender, pointed, nodding bellflowers bloom in spring over lance-shaped, lightly serrated foliage. Slighty taller than A. lilifolia at 24-30", with stronger stems. Extended bloom time with long lasting flowers ranging from .5" to .75" in size. Very easy to grow. 

    Common Name:Ladybells
    Hardiness Zones:3-7
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in moist but well drained soil.

About Adenophora: Adenophora is known for its profusion of colorful ladybell spikes that emerge in summer that look similiar to that of the Campanula genus. They spread prolifically resulting in a spectacular show en masse. To prevent seeding, remove the spent flowers.