|Temperatures Campanula rapunculus
continental : Locate this plant in a partially shady spot, where it is exposed to sunrays during the coolest hours of the day.
alpine : Let's favour partially shaded places for the the Campanula rapunculus , where they can enjoy direct sunlight for some hours a day.
mediterranean : The Campanula rapunculus prefers cool and not too sunny spots; therefore let's choose a position in which it is exposed to solar rays only during the coolest hours of the day.
continental : During this time of year very frequent watering is advised, even daily if the climate is very hot and dry; letís try to keep the soil cool and damp. Irrigate every 1-2 weeks, during the evening or morning hours.
alpine : The Campanula rapunculus should be watered regularly, to maintain the substratum slightly damp using 0,5 litres of water; if the climate is very hot and there are scarce precipitations it might be necessary to water every 2-3 weeks, or more often than that.
mediterranean : We suggest watering often, trying to keep the soil slightly damp with 2,5 litres of water, but avoiding excesses; the forming of water stagnations also harm those plants which love wetness, usually the frequency of watering is every 0-1 weeks.
Feed Campanula rapunculus : During the summer months medicinal plants should be fertilized regularly, using a fertilizer for flowering plants, to be mixed to the irrigating water every 15-20 days.
Adversity Campanula rapunculus : If we have already applied a general systemic fungicide or insecticide treatment, during this time of year other treatments arenít necessary; otherwise act only when there are insects, after blooming; every 30-40 days apply a treatment based on copper or sulphur on the plants which already have fruits, to avoid the development of fungi diseases. In general it is always best to apply the growing cures which are most specific for each specimen, to ensure ourselves against the development of fungal diseases. In general it is always best to follow the specific growing cures for each specimen, to avoid the excessive development of parasites of all types.