With its colorful and showy air at home, typical of the spring season is about to begin, the bellflower is a perfect indoor plants to take home during the spring. A native of northern Italy, the explanation of its name is in the form of their flowers: Bellflower is Latin for bell, is also known by the name of “Rapunzel”, as well as in the story of the brothers Grimm in which a girl and her hair deploys from the top of a tower, the green tops of the bellflower grows quickly, reaching up to 2 m in length.
With proper care, the bellflower soon becomes a large hanging plant and a spectacular bloom. The care required are simple enough to keep the soil slightly damp, with moderate watering (twice a week will suffice) and taking care of it can enjoy an array of flowering periods, which may overlap. To do this, simply remove spent flowers go to facilitate the replacement of new flowers.
Bellflower need natural light, get some sun rays in the morning will come in handy, and the flowering plants is recommended to be placed near the window.
In summer or high temperatures it should be placed on the outside of the house, on the balcony, garden or patio, preferably in an area of sun. And, with these basic care, the plant will reward you with a beautiful bloom and its features bell flowers from blue to purple and sometimes white or pink.