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The 'McKana Giant' Columbine Mix is loaded with nodding, bi-colored flowers that bloom over delicate, fern-like foliage. Expect vibrant color combinations and visits from pollinators...
Little Lanterns' Columbine is a famous native wildflower, growing along woodland edges from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Brilliantly colorful with nodding, trumpet-shaped crimson an...
Aquilegia vulgaris Double Winky Red , like its blue brother, brings a whole new look to the columbine. 14 inches tall....
Songbird Bluebird is a masterfully hybridized homage to the large wild Colorado Blue Columbine. (Aquilegia)...
Columbine flowers are always compared to butterflies, due to their shape. The truth is that these classic woodland blooms carry two distinct shapes each season, depending upon whether they're closed or open; either way, they are spectacular to behold. All Columbines like rich, well-watered soil, so find a good spot for them and they'll reward you with a fantastic, multi-colored display each year in late spring.