Approximately 200 seeds in 0.03g packet.
Campanula poscharskyana, commonly called Serbian bellflower, is a prostrate, sprawling perennial which typically forms a low, mounding ground cover to 10-15 cm tall. Campanulate, lilac-blue flowers with flaring, star-shaped lobes appear in loose panicles along the stems in late spring. Long-stalked, oval-rounded to cordate, medium green leaves.
Native to the northern Balkans, including, as the common name suggests, Serbia.
Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers part shade in hot summer climates. Performs best with regular moisture. Does not do well in climates where nighttime temperatures consistently remain above +18C. Spreads quickly from root crowns by prostrate stems, but is generally easily controlled since stems can be easily trimmed to control growth. May be grown from seed. Clumps may be divided in spring. Foliage is semi-evergreen to evergreen in warm winter climates.
Information source: http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/
Genus - Campanula
Species - Poscharskyana
Common name - Serbian Bellflower
Germination rate - 72%
Pre-Treatment - Not-required
Plant type - Perennial flower
Hardiness zones - 3 - 8
Exposure - Full sun, Partial Sun
Height - 0,15 m
Spread - 0,20 m
Growth rate - Fast
Bloom season - June - September
Leaf / Flower color - Green / Lilac-blue
Soil PH - Neutral
Soil type - Loose, humous with sufficient nutrients and good water supply
Water requirements - Average
Landscape uses - Cutflower, Mixed Border
Sow from April to May in dishes inside, firm seeds and keep moist.
Cover with a sheet of glass or clear plastic as light is needed for germination.
Protection against frost in harsh climatic conditions promotes a better growth in spring.