You are a plant-lover, you want to grow a garden full of plants and flowers. Have you had any ideas? Look no further, you are on the right place to know what beautiful and lovely flowers that you should choose for your garden. Here are 17 appealing bell-shaped flowers to grow in your garden to turn your bare garden into a stunning place to decorate your house more impressive and attractive.
Giving them a look, you will see that they not only are so beautiful but also easy to grow and take care of. They can help you create a beautiful garden with bell-shaped flowers that look very distinct from any other flower garden. These flowers come in different shapes, sizes, and colors that you can grow in containers or raised garden beds. So, if you’re looking for some inspiration or some suggestions about flowers for your garden, these beautiful flowers are for you!
#1 Petunia (Petunia x hybrida)
Petunia is a long-time gardener’s favorite that is great to use in flower beds, containers, and hanging baskets. The beautiful bell-shaped flower bloom from late spring to fall and come in a wide range of colors.
#2 Daylily (Hemerocallis cultivars)
The daylily is a perennial that is long-lived and easy to care for. It has trumpet-shaped flowers that come in hundreds of colors. It prefers to grow in full sun but will grow well in partial shade.
#3 Bearded Iris
Bearded iris such as Iris Sibrica and Iris cristata have elegant bell-shaped flowers with 6 petals. The plant grows in different sizes of flowers. They prefer moist, well-drained soil but will tolerate dry spells and summer heat.
#4 Calla Lilly (Zantedeschia aethiopica)
Calla Lilly is grown as a marginal aquatic plant in warm climates that you can grow around your home pond. It has shiny arrow-shaped leaves and a cup-shaped fragrant white and red flower.
#5 Saffron crocus (Crocus sativus)
Saffron crocus has grass-like leaves, sometimes with a white stripe, appear in the early spring and then die back in summer. You can use bulbs to grow in well-drained soil with average fertility.
#6 Grape Hyacinth (Muscari species)
These are sweetly scented grapelike clusters of purple, blue or white flowers. It lasts for several weeks in mid-spring, and the grassy foliage appears in fall that survives until spring and dies down by early summer.
#7 Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis)
Snowdrop is one of the earliest blooming bulbs that can survive frosty weather. It has white bell flowers that are frequently seen pushing through the snow. These are small flowers 3 to 5 inches tall and multiply rapidly.
Several species of tulip grow bell-shaped flowers. Golden emperor tulip and Rembrandt tulip have a beautiful bell-shaped flower. Tulips can range in height from 6 to 30 inches and come in every color, including one that is so dark that it is often sold as a “black” tulip.
#9 Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis)
Lily of the valley produces sprays of wonderfully fragrant, bell-shaped white or pale pink flowers for several weeks in mid-spring. The foliage grows about 8 inches tall and looks good all summer.
#10 Canterbury Bells (Campanula medium)
This is a biennial plant that is a member of the enormous and varied bellflower genus, Campanula. It has hairy leaves with smooth or wavy edges. Plants form a rosette the first year and, in the second, send up tall stalks of bell-shaped flowers.
#11 Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)
Foxgloves have a basal mound of overlapping rounded leaves. They have slender spikes of tubular flowers that rise above them the following spring. It grows 3 to 6 feet tall and 1 foot wide. Depending on species, it blossoms white, pink, rose, and purple colors.
#12 Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica)
Virginia bluebells are members of the borage family and resemble a more-refined version of these common herbs. The leaves are blue-green, oval, and smooth margined. The drooping flowers grow from the tips of the stems.
#13 Christmas Rose (Helleborus niger)
Christmas rose plant has low growing leathery leaves with bell-shaped flowers that may stay green all winter. It has a very distinct saucer-shaped bloom that rises above the leaves and is erect. The delicate petals surround prominent centers where the flowers are slightly pendant.
Some Yucca species are ground-dwelling foliage rosettes, and others develop tree-height trunks. Yucca flowers are carried on tall stalks that rise above the foliage so that moth pollinators can reach them in the dark.
#15 Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis hybrids)
Desert willow is a deciduous, open rangy native tree found in the desert of Southwest America. Its unique bell-shaped flower stands out in the wild. It has smaller hybrids that produce more extensive, more intensely colored flowers that rival that of orchids in appearance.
#16 Angel’s Trumpet (Brugmansia Suaveolens)
No other plant provides the same dramatic appeal of bellflower as an angel’s trumpet. These foot-long pink and purple flowering bush flowers are plentiful and evening fragrant to lure pollinating bees and moths.
#17 California Fuchsia (Zauschneria californica)
California fuchsia is a perennial beautiful little red leaf plant that blooms a vigorous and vivids bell-shaped flower. It has thin, brittle stems and grayish foliage that give rise to 2-inch long, orange-red fuchsia-like flowers for bold summer color.