Common Names: Campanula, Bell Flower, Chimney Bells, and Canterbury Bells

Botanical names: Campanula, (kam-PAHN-ew-lah)

Availability: April through August

Vase life: 5 to 7 days

Description: Clustered bell-shaped blooms on along stem.

Color: White, purple and blue

Botanical facts: The name is from the Latin word campana (bell) referring to the bell-shaped flowers.

Design notes: These beautiful blossoms work well in mixed seasonal arrangements and more contemporary styled designs.

Purchasing hints: Purchase when half of the buds are open and half still closed.

Conditioning: Remove all foliage that will be below the water line. Cut under water with a sharp knife. Hydrate in a solution of warm water and commercial floral preservative / floral food for two hours before storage or usage.