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pulla

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Campanula pulla, Leningrad Komarev Botanical Institute - Photographer: T.Shulnina - Herman Berteler.

Campanula pulla

L.

Nomenclatuur

Parol (1822)- synonym: Campanula filiformis Moretti (1826), non Ruiz. et Pav, synonym: Campanula Morettiana Rchb. (1826), Section VI: Elatines Wohlf. (1895)1)

Other supspecies, especially Campanula cochleariifolia are grown under this name. Campanula pulla Baumg. Ex Steud. is Campanula linifolia.
Campanula X pulloides Hort. Reported to be a hybrid between Campanula carpatica and Campanula pulla; plants to 8 in.; corolla blue-purple, very large and broad.
Campanula x Wockii Hort. Presumed to be a hybrid between Campanula pulla L. and Campanula Waldsteiniana. 2).

Campanula pulla - Flower.onego.ru - Photo: Polotnova Michael

Campanula x pulloides = Hybrid between K darker (Campanula pulla) and the alpine (Campanula alpina). 3)
Sous le nom de Campanula pulloides, on nésigne une plante qui passe pour étre un hybride de Campanula pulla X Campanula turbinata, á belles fleurs d'un bleu pourpre4).

Habitus

Glabrate, dwarf perennial. Flower stems 2-6 in. long, with solitary, nodding flowers.

Kleine, meist rasenbildende Arten mit traubigen, meist wenigblutigen Blutenstanden. 5)
Perenni. Pianta mollem. pelosa, cespugliosa, a rz. esile, strisciante fra le roccie, portante rosette di fg. sterili e fusti fioriferi prostrato-ascendenti (8-15cm.). 6)

Campanula pulla - S.A.J.A. Année 1959, Tome II nr.32, p.364

This is a long-term view of the diminutive height of 5-10 cm. It forms dense thickets carpet. Leaves are small, shiny, dark green, almost round. It flowers in July and August very large simple (one flower) dark purple, rarely white flowers. Fruiting stretched, during July. 7)

Campanule de quelques centimétres de hauteur, tapissante, Campanula pulla donne de grandes fleurs solitaires, bleu-violet. 8)

Leaves

Rosette leaves ovate, about 1 in. long, crenate, glossy.

Blatter eiformig zugespitzt.
Fg. cauline largam. cuoriformi-ovali, spatolate od oblunghe. Radicale cuoriformi-ovali, lungam. picciolate. Fg. crenate, le cauline ovali. 9)
Leaves are small, shiny, dark green, almost round. 10)

Flowers

Flower measuring,between 15 - 25mm (5/8 to 1 inch.)11)

Solitary, calyx without appendages, lobes linear, corolla deep purple-blue, about ¾ in. long, campanulate.
Bluhmen nickend, dunkelblau.
Lugl.-Ag. Corolla tubuloso-campanulata, lunga piu del doppio delle lacinie calicine. Fi. solitari terminali. Calice a lobi lanceolati, interi. Corolla azzurra (rr. bianca), a lobi ovali, un po'cigliati. 12)
It flowers in July and August very large simple (one flower) dark purple, rarely white flowers. In a very short corolla lobes. 13)
Campanula pulla donne de grandes fleurs solitaires, bleu-violet. 14)

Fruit

Seed available, in small quantity. Species actually grown or used for breeding 15)
Kapsel nahe am Grunde aufspringend (Hangende Kapseln springen meist nahe am Grunde, aufrechte nahe den Kelchb. auf. Man kann daher im Allgemeinen die Art des Aufspringens aus der Stellung der verbluhten Bl. erschliessen, besonders wenn diese gestielt sind.) Sect. I Medium Tourn. (als Gatt.). B. Triloculares. Kapsel 3facherig (seltener bei ein- und derselben Art hier und da auch 5facherig) 16)

Campanula pulla - Foto and drawing Herman Berteler

Fruiting stretched, during July.Propagated by seeds and vegetatively. 17)

Origin

Se. Europe, Ostalpen

Fessure delle rupi dolomitiche stillicidiose, rara; Alpi bellun. (Vette di Feltre, M. Pelmo, Pramper, Bosco nero ecc.), vicent. sui M. Toraro e Campomolon, trent. bel bacino di Primiero, V. di Fiemme e V. Fassa, alto-atesine sullo Schlern e bergam. a Selvino (Dalm.?).18)
There is from the southern slopes of the Carpathian Mountains. 19)
Originaire des montagnes de l'Est de l'Europe.20)

Varieties

* Campanula pulla var. alba

* Campanula pulla var. lilacina

* Campanula pulla var. mrs. wilson

Cultivars

pulla 'Mrs. Wilson': Orig 004844-0117-72 Locn 1A EU, rec: PLNT: 1ab: 1, ayr: 7221)

Living

Speziell in den beiden letzten heissen und trockenen Sommers viele Enttauschungen erfaren 22).

It develops in soil containing a mixture of peat and calcium. Recommend planted it in partial shade and in the areas of medium moisture between the stones. Propagated by seeds and vegetatively.23)

Breeding

* Campanula 'Cantata' - Note of Graham Nicholls; A cross made by Brian Burrow of Campanula pulla var. alba and Campanula zoysii var. alba = Although the resultant plant didn't come white it does have beautiful flowers with a zoysi-like tube and the vigorousness of pulla.

* Campanula ? sp 'Margaret Brine' - Locality: Europe - Photographer: Graham Nicholls -Note: This campanula was given to me in February 2011 as a small potted up piece from a garden and described as being a beautiful colour break. Having now grown it to flowering size I fully agree. Although it has the cultivar name 'Margaret Brine' I am trying to identify the species which at first sight to me seems to be Campanula pulla but all suggestions are welcome. Hopefully we will get a better ID soon. It will make a lovely show plant. Identification: asked.

Beneficial

Le Campanula sono entrate nei giardini fino dalla seconda meta del xvi secolo, secondo le testmonianze di Gerard e di Clarici. Tra il 1596 e il 1597 Gerard raccolse in Inghilterra esemplari di Campanula persicaefolia, Campanula pyramidalis e Campanula medium che nella flora spontanea inglese non esistono: il che significa, dando tempo al tempo, che probabilmente in Italia erano state trasportate, dallaliberta dei campi al chiuso degli orti, forse parecchi decenni prima. Con certezza sappiamo che nei giardini francesi furonointrodotte nel 1774 la Campanula carpatica, nel 1779 la Campanula alpina e la Campanula pulla, nel 1783 la Campanula sibirica, nel 1788 la Campanula versicolor e la Campanula mollis; in Inghilterra nel 1774 la Campanula carpatica, nel 1775 la Campanula thyrsoides e nel 1779 la Campanula pulla.24)

This form is much more capricious than ostalnye.On requires special care, so it is recommended to plant only experienced grower. It develops in soil containing a mixture of peat and calcium. Recommend planted it in partial shade and in the areas of medium moisture between the stones. Propagated by seeds and vegetatively.25)

Campanula pulla, ce bébé campanule, est la plus engageante petite plante qui soit, quoiqu'en certains jardins elle puisse devenir une ennuyeuse mauvaise herbe.

J'en ai eu les deux formes: la bleu pâle et la blanche, et elles ne m'ont jamais causé d'eenuis: si elles se propageaient un peu trop vite, c'était facile d'en arracher pour les garder dans leur limite. En culture, demande un sol humifére et léger, et une exposition ombragée.26)

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