Definition of Campanula pyramidalis
1. Noun. Bellflower of southeastern Europe.
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Literary usage of Campanula pyramidalis
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1. Common Sense Gardens: How to Plan and Plant Them by Cornelius V. V. Sewell (1906)
"Lilium umbellatum is very effective grown in front of tall Larkspurs or among campanula pyramidalis or ..."
2. Flora historica: or, The three seasons of the British parterre historically by Henry Phillips (1829)
"PYRAMIDAL BELL-FLOWER, campanula pyramidalis. This plant, as its name intimates, bears its bells on tall pyramidal branches ..."
3. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1866)
"campanula pyramidalis is, when well grown, a superb plant. It has a thick, fleshy root, ... campanula pyramidalis is not perfectly hardy here. ..."
4. New Improvements of Planting and Gardening: Both Philosophical and Practical by Richard Bradley (1739)
"V. • Of the campanula pyramidalis, and Canterbury Bells. OF the Campanula Pyramidalis there are two Sorts, one bearing Blue, the other White Flowers, ..."
5. New Improvements of Planting and Gardening, Both Philosophical and Practical by Richard Bradley (1739)
"V. Of the campanula pyramidalis, and Canterbury Bells. ... than thole of the campanula pyramidalis; the Flower-Stems are commonly about three Foot high, ..."
6. The Floral World and Garden Guide by Shirley Hibberd (1863)
"... I now send you my mode of treatment of campanula pyramidalis, one of our noblest greenhouse ornaments, but which is so rarely seen as to be quite a ..."
7. The Floricultural Cabinet, and Florists Magazine by Joseph Harrison (1851)
"ON PROLONGING THE FLOWERING SEASON OF campanula pyramidalis. ... WHEN properly managed the campanula pyramidalis is one of the most charming ornaments of ..."