Why Grow Bell-Shaped Flowers?
The simple bell shape looks appealing to the eye and also stands for the Christmas spirit. They can add different shapes, textures, and bright colors to offset other
You can intersperse these with other flowers to bring more interest to the garden. Choose to grow them in containers, hanging baskets, and garden beds.
1. Persian Lilies
You can find this bell-shaped flower in unique shades of green, deep red, deep purple, and ivory. This plant is also resistant to rabbits and deer.
2. Canterbury Bells
Canterbury Bells grow clusters of flowers in purple, pink, and orange shades, known as inflorescence. It has a long blooming period and attracts butterflies and bees
to the garden.
3. Grape Hyacinths
The beautiful flowers of Grape Hyacinths can add drama, color, and texture to your garden. The rich shades of blue-purple can make them look mesmerizing.
4. Mountain Laurel
Mountain Laurel, also called the Calico Bush, is a gorgeous flowering species that produces plenty of tiny bell-shaped flowers in white. It thrives best in all-day
Grow Foxgloves for their bell-shaped flowers in purple, white, yellow, or pink shades. Each blossom changes its shade as it fades, creating a stunning ombre effect.
6. Angel’s Trumpet
If you want to create a dramatic effect, grow Angel’s Trumpets that are stunning to behold. The bell-shaped fragrant flowers can also raise your privacy in the yard.
7. Korean Bellflower
Korean Bellflowers can instantly make heads turn. Grow this low-maintenance plant for its attractive, drooping, satiny-creamy, lilac-pink-colored bell-shaped
flowers in the garden.
8. Beard Tongue
Penstemon can never fail to amaze you with its bell-shaped flowers in a wide range of colors, including white, blue, red, rose, purple, and bi-color.
9. Lily of the Valley
Grow Lily of the Valley for its pretty, fragrant, classic, white, or pink, bell-shaped flowers dangling from stems like pendants in spring.
If you want downward-drooping, purple, bell-shaped flowers, you can grow Bluebells in your garden. Pollinators love this plant that prefers to grow in shaded
11. White Mountain Heather
White Mountain Heather looks similar to Lily of the Valley and can be grown for several reasons. The white bell flowers look spectacular with the red calyxes.
12. Guinea Hen Flowers
Guinea Hen flowers present a unique look to your garden in shades of pink, red, white, or purple. It grows best in the combination of well-draining soil and indirect
13. Peach-Leaved Bellflowers
Peach-Leaved Bellflowers can look stunning against any shorter plants, with unusual leaves resembling peach tree leaves. It is deer-resistant, and pests do not attack
14. Virginia Bluebells
This plant can grow up to 2-4 feet tall with purple bell-shaped flowers and gray-green leaves. Keep it in 3-4 hours of sunlight daily for best blooms.
15. Coral Bells
Coral Bells or Alumroots belong to the genus Heuchera, and there are over 35 species in this family to choose from. Bees and butterflies love the bell-shaped
The tiny, bell-shaped white flowers droop like snowdrops, hence the name. Make sure it gets plenty of indirect light all day long for the best growth.
17. Snowdrop Tree
A Snowdrop Tree is an actual tree that can reach up to 50-80 feet on maturity and produce bell-shaped flowers. It can continue to bloom for almost 100 years!
18. Bells of Ireland
You can grow Bells of Ireland as it is a low-maintenance plant that can thrive well in various climatic conditions. The unusual pale-emerald green, bell-shaped
flowers look unique!
A pair of bell-shaped flowers growing on each stem drooping downward and in opposite directions can make this an attractive addition to your garden.
Grow cheerful, bright, bell-shaped Daffodils to add a dash of color to your garden in early spring and late winter. Pick from shades, including yellow, peach, and
21. Swamp Doghobble
Enhance your privacy in the yard with these bell-shaped flowers that are unique. The plant produces rows of white-pink bell-shaped blooms and is not prone to
With huge bell-shaped flowers that grow directly upward, it can be a spectacular view to watch them fill your garden with vibrant blossoms.
23. Common Columbine
Common Columbine or Aquilegia, Granny’s Bonner, or Granny’s Nightcap is native to Europe. This bell-shaped, pink, white, or violet flowering perennial looks
24. Spring Snowflake
Spring Snowflake is another white-colored dangling bell-shaped flowering plant that blooms in spring. This bulbous perennial loves to grow in full sunlight to part
25. Dalmatian Bellflower
Dalmatian Bellflower is an evergreen perennial plant that produces deep lavender purple-colored bell-shaped blooms. It also looks great in hanging baskets.
Growing this lovely, tender perennial in shades of purple, white, red, or pink produces bell-shaped flowers. It is perfect for hanging baskets or containers indoors.
27. Stinking Hellebore
This bell-shaped flowering plant produces a powerful odor whenever the leaves are crushed hence the name. However, do not allow this to stop you from growing
this gorgeous plant!
28. Casa Blanca
With purple-red, pink, white, bell-shaped flowers, Casa Blanca does really well in indirect light, which makes it perfect for growing indoors too.
You can find this beautiful bell-shaped flower in shades of red, yellow, purple, white, and orange. Grow it in well-draining soil and indirect light.
30. Million Bells
Calibrachoa looks best in containers, hanging baskets, or cascading planters and is a popular choice for bouquets. These bell-shaped flowers make it simply
Cowberry belongs to a genus that includes over 400 species of flowering plants that produce flowers in shades of light pink to white that look like bells.
32. Kaffir Lily
Kaffir Lily is one of the most stunning flowers of spring that puts on a vibrant display of colors and beauty. The bell-shaped blooms come in shades of red, orange,