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**This plant is native to Northern Michigan

Growing Requirements:

  • Prefers moist, well-drained soil
  • Thrives in full sun to partial shade
  • Tolerant of various soil types, including loamy and clay soils
  • Requires consistent moisture
  • Hardy in USDA zones 3-8


Tall Bellflower (Campanula americana) is an enchanting perennial wildflower prized for its tall spikes of bell-shaped blue-purple flowers. This native plant is perfect for woodland gardens, shaded borders, and naturalized landscapes, offering both ornamental beauty and ecological benefits. Its towering stature, elegant blooms, and adaptability make it a standout choice for adding vertical interest and vibrant color to garden settings.

Mature Size and Form:

In optimal conditions, Tall Bellflower can reach a height of 3 to 5 feet with a spread of 1 to 2 feet. Its sturdy, upright stems are adorned with lance-shaped leaves that form dense basal rosettes. The bell-shaped flowers, arranged in terminal clusters, bloom profusely from late spring to midsummer, attracting pollinators and adding a touch of grace to shaded garden areas.

Benefits to the Local Ecosystem:

Tall Bellflower offers several ecological benefits, enriching the local ecosystem and supporting biodiversity:

  • Pollinator Attraction: Its bell-shaped flowers attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, enhancing pollination and promoting biodiversity in shaded garden environments.
  • Naturalizing Effect: Tall Bellflower readily self-seeds and naturalizes in woodland settings and shaded borders, creating a naturalistic and dynamic landscape.
  • Wildlife Habitat: The nectar-rich flowers provide food for pollinators, while the seeds are consumed by birds and small mammals, contributing to habitat diversity and ecological balance.
  • Visual Appeal: With its tall spikes of bell-shaped blooms, lush foliage, and upright form, Tall Bellflower adds elegance and seasonal color to shaded gardens, woodland edges, and naturalized areas, creating a visually enchanting and dynamic environment.
  • Low Maintenance: Once established, Tall Bellflower is relatively low-maintenance, requiring minimal care beyond occasional watering and deadheading. Its adaptability to various light conditions and its ornamental value make it an excellent choice for gardeners seeking a native plant that enhances both the beauty and ecological integrity of their outdoor spaces.