Campanula Plants

Why Are My Tiny Purple Campanula Flowers Turning White

OLAROSE added on August 26, 2014 | Answered

I recently bought a tiny purple flower campanula in a container and the flowers are turning light violet and white. I have it indoors where there is a lot of bright light.

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Answered on August 29, 2014

Campanula is an outdoor, full sun plant, so it can't thrive indoors. Using a campanula indoors is more like buying an especially long lasting flower bouquet. There's nothing wrong with that. You might like to try putting it outdoors, though - you can put it into a container with a few other plants if you don't have gardening space. Here's more information on these charmers:
...and here's an article on plants that do flower well indoors:

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