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Campanula takesimana
  • Hardy to Zone 4
  • Full Sun to Partial Shade
  • Germination Tested November 15, 2023: 50%
  • Approximately 300 seeds per packet
Regular price $5.00 CAD
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Korean Belflower is a clump-forming perennial with edible leaves, flowers, and roots. The enchanting bell-shaped flowers range from white to pink, most with maroon speckles in their throats, and bloom for much of the summer. Bumblebees love the flowers.

Can be grown in full sun or part shade, although a bit of shade keeps the leaves tender for longer going into summer. The plants grow around two feet tall when in bloom. Prefers average to well-drained soil.

The leaves and flowers make great salad ingredients. The flowers can be used as a garnish or in cocktails. The roots are also edible.

This plant can spread, so it’s probably best to avoid planting it near special plants that it may overtake. It would likely make a great edible ground cover under trees and shrubs, however.

Growing Instructions

Seeds benefit from a short period of cold stratification. If you want to start them indoors, you can use a fridge to cold stratify. Fold seeds into damp paper towel and put in a sealed bag or container. Or sow in sterile potting mix in a sealed container. Place seeds in fridge for 2-4 weeks. Check regularly in case they sprout early. If you used paper towel, carefully transfer sprouted seeds to small pot, or plant the whole sheet of paper towel if the roots have developed already.

The easier way to start these is to let nature stratify the seeds for you. Sow the seeds in a small pot outdoors in late winter (Jan or Feb on the west coast). Cold temperatures will stratify the seeds naturally, and they will sprout when it warms up.

Once the seedlings develop true leaves, they can be pricked out into their own pots or planted in the ground.

Shipping & Returns

We ship seeds within Canada for a flat fee of $6, United States for $25, and internationally for $25*. Live plants and bulbs can only be shipped within Canada.


Shipping in Canada 

We ship seeds in Canada via regular letter mail, which is an untracked service, and usually takes 1-2 weeks to arrive. Larger bulbs and plants are sent via tracked flat rate box.


Shipping to the US

We ship all US orders by tracked packet and they usually take two weeks to arrive.

According to the USDA, most seeds require an import permit to be brought into the US and the permit is free and useable for multiple orders/years. The package will list the contents as "Garden Seeds". In our experience shipping seeds over several years, most small orders will make it across the border without issues, but occasionally they will be held at US Customs. 

It is your responsibility to ensure you have the required import permit and Cicada Seeds will not be responsible for any orders held or confiscated by US customs.


Shipping Internationally

International orders are usually shipped via untracked packet. The package will list the contents as "Garden Seeds". It is your responsibility to ensure you have the required import permit and Cicada Seeds will not be responsible for any orders held of confiscated by customs.

International shipping countries include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom


If you have any issues with the quality of your order, please contact us within 60 days and we will make it right!

*Shipping fees are in Canadian dollars. 

Ecologically Grown

Seeds are grown ecologically without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Victoria Garofalo
Korean Bellflower

Stratified the seeds in fridge in wet paper towel/baggie for a few weeks, then moved it all under my grow lights and they are germinating well! I have been pricking out seeds as they germinate and surface sowing them in pots. They’re all doing well so far! Can’t wait to see them mature :)

Thank you. Can't wait until spring!

Thank you. Can't wait until spring!