- Botanical Name:Platycodon grandiflorus
- Height:18 – 24 inches
- Spacing:8 – 12 inches.
- Depth:Make sure you have it planted where you want it, established plants dislike being disturbed
- Spread:8 – 12 inches.
- Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade
- Color:White, Blue, Pink
- Blooms:Mid Summer
- Form:Herbaceous perennial.
- Flower Form:Balloon like buds open to shallow, bell-shaped, blooms with pointed tips to each petal.
- Soil Requirements:Well-drained, deep, light fertile soil.
- Growth Rate:Moderate
- Foliage:Ovate to lance-shaped, toothed bluish green leaves.
- Comments:Balloon shaped buds pop open to reveal star shaped blooms. this perennial grows in a nice compact clump. Suitable for many uses in your landscape, including the rock garden. Enjoy a mixture of blue, pink, and white star shaped blooms from mid to late summer.
Appearing in mid to late summer and growing up to 24 in. with a spread of 8-12 in. wide. Easy-to-grow blooms only need well-drained, fertile soil. Bareroot. Hardy in Zones 3-9.