Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth' (Bell flower)
One of the well behaved campanula, Elizabeth will spread under deciduous trees, Abutilons or anything that gives it protection from hot afternoon sun. Glossy leaves mound to around 0.25mH and make an excellent groundcover and weed suppressor. In late spring/early summer flower stems up to 0.5mH are produced. These have pendulous pink, elongated bell shaped flowers that last sufficiently to attract and feed all manner of pollinators and curious invertebrates. Suitably tough enough to survive infrequent visits with a hose during summer.