Campanula alpina is a tiny species which looks as if emerging straight from the ground.
It forms 5-10 cm tall flowering stems with lots of hanging flowers. It is hard to tell if the seeds were collected from ssp. alpina, var. bucegiensis or both.
I grew it from a previous collection and the seedlings are easy going, but a bit more care is required for establishing it in the rock garden – very good drainage and lime free substrate!
Please see more pictures from the wild habitat and read more in this blog post: Campanula alpina and calcifuge friends
Germination: warm germinator.