These beautiful dark blue bell-shaped flowers, often called Cup-and-Saucer, will bloom continuously all summer. Tussock Bellflower is an introduced wildflower that is super hardy and can stand tough winter conditions. Normally low-growing, compact and great for rock gardens and along garden paths. To plant, sprinkle the seeds on the top of the soil and press in. Works great as a ground cover, filler or border plant and can tolerate a wide range of sun/shade conditions. Also works in containers and flower boxes. Start inside 6 – 10 weeks before the last frost or sow outside in the spring or late fall (for germination the following spring). 17-28 days germination. For more information, check out our Wildflower Seed Planting Tips.
Rate: 1 oz./1000 sq.ft.
Bloom time: Summer
Pkt. wt: 80 mg, approx 1,000 seeds
For more information, check out our Wildflower Seed Planting Tips.