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Campanula (Canterbury Bells)

Sep 29, 2020

Svitlana Oliinyk Mashtaler


  • Recut stems at a 45 degree angle (consider using a knife instead of clippers to keep from pinching the stem which helps with hydration)
  • Place stems in a bucket of clean fresh water containing flower food
  • Leave to hydrate overnight before using in design work
  • Give stems plenty of room in bucket to avoid crushing the bell-shaped flowers
  • Blooms open consecutively from the bottom to the top
  • Remove past blooms to encourage new blooms to open
  • Can be stored in a cooler once conditioned/hydrated


  • 5-8 days

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