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Bellflower Seeds

Bellflower seeds grow into charming, perennial plants that have bell-shaped violet flowers. Bellflower can grow in locations with full sun to partial shade and enjoys a well-drained, fertile soil base. These flowers are a top choice for garden borders and rockeries, adding country charm to cottage gardens. These resilient plants have a long blooming period, and pollinators just adore them.

Survival Garden Seeds offers Tussock Bellflower seeds, also known as Carpathian Bellflower. Our packets include detailed instructions for the best results growing these beauties. Our non-GMO seeds are selected for their high germination rates, robust growth, and vibrant blooms, ensuring a beautiful and lively garden display.

Growing Tussock Bellflower Seeds in Your Garden

  • Delicate bell-shaped flowers
  • Great for rock gardens, borders, and ground cover
  • Attracts bees and butterflies
  • Heirloom, non-GMO seeds


Tussock bellflowers, or Campanula Carpatica, are lovely plants treasured for their distinctive bell-shaped blossoms. These flowers enhance the garden aesthetic, providing a valuable nectar source for pollinating insects at the same time. Native to many parts of the world, bellflowers are quite adaptable. They flourish in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 9.


We recommend you cold stratify bellflower seeds for 2-4 weeks before planting to improve germination rates. You can direct sow bellflower seeds in spring or fall or start them indoors 6-8 weeks ahead of time for early blooms. Cover the seeds lightly with soil, providing some light for germination. Find a planting area with well-draining soil and sufficient sunlight. Germination typically starts in 2 to 4 weeks. The young plants need regular watering to establish deep roots.


Bellflowers are easy to maintain, requiring only some watering during prolonged dry periods. They like to be in the sun and prefer well-drained soil. Deadheading flowers has dual benefits: extending the flowering period and preventing excessive self-seeding.

Cultivating the tussock bellflower at home is an expectance of violet bells that make a garden extra special. Its classic beauty that lasts through the seasons will be a joy for you to see every time you go outside, and the pollinators will love the compact plant’s long-lasting blooms.

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