Definition of Chimney bellflower
1. Noun. Bellflower of southeastern Europe.
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Literary usage of Chimney bellflower
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1. The Garden: An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches by Esther Baldwin York (1906)
"... letters from any readers who are able to throw further light on this very perplexing and troublesome matter. GH THE chimney bellflower ON A DRY WALL. ..."
2. Flower Gardening by Henry Sherman Adams (1913)
"All of the plants may be set out in the garden after blooming, though the chimney bellflower is generally treated as a biennial and thrown away after ..."
3. The Practical Flower Garden by Helena Rutherfurd Ely (1911)
"C. PYRAMIDALIS (chimney bellflower). 4 to 6 feet. Plant in the spring. Blooms in July and August. The tall spikes of bloom of white or blue are quite ..."
4. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse by Edward Step (1897)
"Flowers large, violet-blue, at end of shoots; June. Introduced from Eastern Europe, 1779. C. PYRAMIDALIS (pyramidal). chimney bellflower. Stems 4 to 6 feet. ..."
5. In My Lady's Garden by I L Richmond (1908)
"... flowering in May ; and campanulas in variety (especially the chimney bellflower C. pyramidalis) are most effective if treated in the same way. ..."
6. Biltmore Nursery, Biltmore, N.C. (1907)
"A form of the preceding species with large double flowers 2 inches or more in diameter. Splendid for cut-flowers. C. pyramidalis. chimney bellflower. ..."