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American Dream Aquilegia
(Tickseed) A strong grower with bright pink, daisy-type flowers with yellow centers. Its attractive, fern-like foliage is similar to Moonbeam,$5.95 Add to cart
but has a more uniform, compact habit. Rhizomatous.
(Columbine) Hybrid strain in shades of white, pink, and purple. Wide, upward-facing flowers are borne on compact plants with a stiffly upright growth habit. A relatively$5.95 Add to cart
small variety that works well in containers or rock gardens.
Blue Star Aquilegia
Columbine, blooms spring, elegant foliage, attracts hummingbirds, full sun to partial shade. Ultimate height of 24 to 30 c.$5.95 Add to cart
(Columbine) Exquisite 3 inch wide, long-spurred, red and white bicolor blossoms. Prized for its compact habit and large, skyward-facing flowers. Honored with the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural$5.95 Add to cart
Society in 2003.
Clementine Red Aquilegia
New Columbine with double, upturned blooms in rich shades of fuchsia and watermelon, this compact$5.95 Add to cart
plant is tirelessly floriferous, bringing butterflies and hummingbirds
in to feast for many weeks! The large, petal-packed blooms resemble waterlilies in form and are excellent for cutting. Resistant to deer and rabbits, this bushy little plant requests only an autumn shearing to return for another season
of heavy flowering. Self-sows. Mid-spring/midsummer; part shade; H:12-18, W:12-18
Crimson Star Aquilegia
(Columbine) Bright crimson-red, long-spurred flowers with a white corolla and yellow stamens explode into color in early summer. Try planting this variety with Dove, a pure white columbine, for a balanced composition.$5.95 Add to cart
(Columbine) Graceful 3 inch wide, long-spurred, pure white blossoms.$5.95 Add to cart
Prized for its compact habit and large, skyward-facing flowers. Honored with the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society in 2003.
(Columbine) A newer hybrid mix with a wide range of colors including white, blue, pink, red, and yellow. Selected for their large blossoms with long spurs, free-flowering ability, and compact habit. Excellent cut flower.$5.95 Add to cart
(Formerly listed as A Lavender and White) (Columbine) Colorful 3 in. wide, long-spurred, lavender and white bicolor blossoms. Prized for its compact habit and large, skyward-facing flowers. Excellent cut flower.$5.95 Add to cart
Orgami Mix Aquilegia
(Columbine) Recommended by P. Allen Smith, this hybrid has a bloom time up to 12 weeks long. Large, 3 in. wide flowers in a wide range of colors: blue, pink, red, white, and yellow. Uniform growth habit, free-flowering, and upward-held flowers.$5.95 Add to cart