It's no secret that I'm fond of umbel shaped flowers and anything that dangles. Campanula is a variety of cut flower that falls into this category and it is not one you see in abundance at the flower mart. This year, we're hoping to trial 4 different varieties in both our South San Francisco studio garden and a sunny piece of land in Sonoma.
These are Biennials, which means we'll be planting them in late Spring/early Summer of this year. That will give them time to get established, leaf out, and lay dormant over the winter. And then by late next Spring, hopefully we'll be swimming in these beauties which will add lovely gestural movement and some airy height to next years bouquets and arrangements.
MAUVE AND PINK