Campanula punctata ‘Cherry Bells’, or Spotted Bellflower, displays a profusion of cherry-red, elongated bells with white fringes and interior spots that droop from slanted stems. Flowers are fragrant and attract hummingbirds. Reblooms in fall.
Thrives in bright or dappled shade at woodland’s edge or the partly shaded border. Easily grown in moist, well-drained soil, spreading until it encounters dry ground.