campanula p. pantaloons

izzy58(4)July 17, 2007

Grrr!! i bought this plant this year and planted it in an east-facing location which gets sun until about 1pm or so. it bloomed just beautifully on its 3 strong stems... but then one stem just dried up and so i cut it off. this left 2 remaining stems which are still growing but it looks as if the leaves are drying up also... strange enough,there are 3 "new" growths emerging at the base of each stem. does this plant need "more" sun than it is getting or does it need "more" shade? can i move it, and if so what location would be the best for it? Thanx!!

Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
lynnsherbs(4 Minnesota)

It'll probably be happier with a bit more shade. Mine gets afternoon sun - from about 3 on and quite happy on the west side of the house.

Lynn

    Bookmark   July 17, 2007 at 4:17PM
Sign Up to comment
More Discussions
Any Minnesotans out there?
These posts r so old! Is there anyone out there ready...
dreamingofmygardens
clivia
I have a huge yellow clivia for free
lonemuchow
What vegetables can I still plant from seed as of mid-August?
I just cleaned out the last broccoli, turnip, and cabbage...
nick_b79
Garden Club in Northern Suburbs
Looking for a garden club. Would like to find a group...
doucanoe
What would you plant here?
Hi, I have a new house and I'm trying to get the foundation...
zone4newby
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™