More About Codonopsis clematidea
- Nodding, pale ice-blue, bell-shaped flowers
- Blooms have an intricate, dark blue, maroon, and orange pattern inside each bell
- Small, mid-green, oval leaves can be trained as a climber or trail on the ground
- Fragrant, but not a real selling feature...as it smells like a skunk!
- Bloom Time: June to July
Bonnet Bellflower Growing and Maintenance Tips
Codonopsis grows best in a well-drained, sandy soil in full sun to partial shade and protected from strong winds. Can be trained up a trellis or grown as a ground cover.
Codonopsis clematidea Characteristics
Moist to Average
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