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Multi-colored Columbine by Zelma Lias
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Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbett' (Wild columbine)
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Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbett' (Wild columbine)

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Aquilegia Canadensis Flower with buds

(Canadian columbine) native to woodland and rocky slopes. (Looks alot like our wild Columbine in the U.

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Aquilegia canadensis --- Wild columbine. Long-blooming nectar source for migrating hummingbirds. Likes a poor soil; grows 2-3ft. by 1-1.5 ft. (Look for 'Little Lanterns' which stays under 10".) One of the few flowers that will grow under pines.
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It is a ong-blooming nectar source for migrating hummingbirds. Also, it can be placed in a spot with poorer soil (easier to find space for it).

Fine Gardening Article - Attracting Hummingbirds to the Garden

Wild columbine, Zones 3 to 8 - Another hummingbird favorite.

spring wildflower with drooping, bell-like, red and yellow flowers and finely cut foliage. Hardy even in dry shade.

Aquilegia canadensis --- Wild columbine. Long-blooming nectar source for migrating hummingbirds. Likes a poor soil; grows 2-3ft. by 1-1.5 ft. (Look for 'Little Lanterns' which stays under 10".) One of the few flowers that will grow under pines.

Aquilegia canadensis  ---  Wild columbine. Long-blooming nectar source for migrating hummingbirds. Likes a poor soil; grows 2-3ft. by 1-1.5 ft. (Look for 'Little Lanterns' which stays under 10".) One of the few flowers that will grow under pines.
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Aquilegia eximia “Serpentine Columbine” Up to 5' tall, CA native is exceptionally tough, long-lived with a multitude of large, crown-like, 2" bright scarlet blooms & showy, extra-long golden stamens. Sun/Part Shade Inland Deer resistant Moist/Low water Perennial USDA Zones 4-10
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Aquilegia eximia--grows to five feet tall, stems are bare, windy, flowers about hardy in our area.

Specializing in rare and unusual annual and perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms and hard to find California native wildflowers.

Aquilegia eximia “Serpentine Columbine”\ planting

California Native - Drout Tollerant, blooms spring and summer

Aquilegia eximia “Serpentine Columbine” Up to 5' tall, CA native is exceptionally tough, long-lived with a multitude of large, crown-like, 2" bright scarlet blooms & showy, extra-long golden stamens. Sun/Part Shade Inland Deer resistant Moist/Low water Perennial USDA Zones 4-10

Aquilegia eximia “Serpentine Columbine” Up to 5' tall, CA native is exceptionally tough, long-lived with a multitude of large, crown-like, 2" bright scarlet blooms & showy, extra-long golden stamens.  Sun/Part Shade Inland Deer resistant Moist/Low water Perennial USDA Zones 4-10
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Wild Columbine, a native Michigan plant (different from the pink and purple varieties)
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Wild Columbine- Attracts hummingbirds, long bloom, likes poor soil

Aquilegia canadensis, also known as Wild Columbine.

Wild Columbine, a native Michigan plant (different from the pink and purple varieties)

Wild Columbine, a native Michigan plant (different from the pink and purple varieties)
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Aquilegia formosa “Western Columbine” l Thriving in poor well-drained soil, this enchanting California Columbine bursts into bloom in late Spring & (with water) well into Summer. Brilliant scarlet & yellow blooms swing from the ends of well-branched arching stems like pixie lanterns.
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Aquilegia formosa “Western Columbine” Thriving in poor well-drained soil…

Specializing in rare and unusual annual and perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms and hard to find California native wildflowers.

Aquilegia formosa “Western Columbine” l Thriving in poor well-drained soil, this enchanting California Columbine bursts into bloom in late Spring & (with water) well into Summer. Brilliant scarlet & yellow blooms swing from the ends of well-branched arching stems like pixie lanterns.

Aquilegia formosa “Western Columbine” l Thriving in poor well-drained soil, this enchanting California Columbine bursts into bloom in late Spring & (with water) well into Summer. Brilliant scarlet & yellow blooms swing from the ends of well-branched arching stems like pixie lanterns.

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Aquilegia skinneri  From New Mexico, long blooming Columbine. Bright red petals & spurs surround the intense yellow "skirt." With nice, finely divided, fern-like foliage, this Columbine grows 18" to 36" tall & bears an inexhaustible supply of flowers late Spring and most of Summer.   Sun  Avg. water  zones 3-10

Aquilegia Skinneri - this very floriferous and long blooming Columbine comes from New Mexico. Bright red petals and spurs surround the intense yellow "skirt.

Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbett'   -   Yellow Native Columbine

Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbett' - Yellow Native Columbine

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Clementine Salmon Rose Columbine Grows tall with a spread of Partial shade is best, but can handle full sun. Light: Partial Shade/Full Sun Height: 12 - Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer Size: Potted Zones: 3 to 9 ( degrees F)

Golden Columbine 'Flore Pleno' (Aquilegia chrysantha)

Golden Columbine 'Flore Pleno' (Aquilegia chrysantha)

Click to view full-size photo of Crystal Star Columbine (Aquilegia caerulea 'Crystal Star') at Shelmerdine Garden Center

Crystal Star Columbine (Aquilegia caerulea 'Crystal Star') at Shelmerdine Garden Center

Gefüllte Akelei / Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris Plena Hybride)

Gefüllte Akelei / Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris Plena Hybride)

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~~Chocolate Soldier Columbine | Aquilegia viridiflora is a perennial hardy to zone 4-9. A wonderful addition to this very unusual color is the sweet scent.  A rare, hard to find plant, Chocolate Soldier will grow to 24 inches and needs semi-shade. These blooms have a lovely nodding habit. Great for chocolate gardens | Rare & Exotic Seeds~~

20 Seeds w/Instructions Aquilegia viridiflora is a perennial hardy to zone A very prolific bloomer, it displays 2 inch flowers with green sepa

The blue columbine, the state flower of Colorado - find this in moist, shady areas, often near streams

Aquilegia sibirica

Aquilegia sibirica

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