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(Blue Jay Columbine, Columbine)

The large complex flowers of 'Blue Jay' are white and deep violet-blue and stand above sturdy and vigorous plants. This hybrid is derived from the McKana Group and Mrs. Scott-Elliot hybrids and was bred by Charles Weddle of Weddle Native Plants, Palisade, Colorado.

Like other hybrid columbine, it is a hardy clump-forming perennial that grows from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). This perennial offers clusters of gray-green scalloped leaves that appear along slender...

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Jesse Saylor

(Bluebird Columbine, Columbine)

The large complex flowers of 'Bluebird' are ivory and blue and stand above sturdy and vigorous plants. This hybrid is derived from the McKana Group and Mrs. Scott-Elliot hybrids and was bred by Charles Weddle of Weddle Native Plants, Palisade, Colorado.

Like other hybrid columbine, it is a hardy clump-forming perennial that grows from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). This perennial offers clusters of gray-green scalloped leaves that appear along slender three-parted...

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Jessie Keith

(Bunting Columbine, Columbine)

The large complex flowers of 'Bunting' are ivory and pale blue and stand above sturdy and vigorous plants. This hybrid is derived from the McKana Group and Mrs. Scott-Elliot hybrids and was bred by Charles Weddle of Weddle Native Plants, Palisade, Colorado.

Like other hybrid columbine, it is a hardy clump-forming perennial that grows from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). This perennial offers clusters of gray-green scalloped leaves that appear along slender three-parted...

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James H. Schutte

(Cardinal Columbine, Columbine)

The large complex flowers of 'Cardinal' are white and crimson and stand above sturdy and vigorous plants. This hybrid is derived from the McKana Group and Mrs. Scott-Elliot hybrids and was bred by Charles Weddle of Weddle Native Plants, Palisade, Colorado.

Like other hybrid columbine, it is a hardy clump-forming perennial that grows from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). This perennial offers clusters of gray-green scalloped leaves that appear along slender three-parted...

(Clementine Blue Columbine, Columbine)

A compact habit and densely packed double flowers characterize members of the Clementine Series. In early to late spring neat, dwarf plants put forth masses of double, spurred blooms that may be red, white, purple, violet-blue, pink or salmon, depending on the cultivar.

These columbine do best in sites with partial sun and fertile, well drained soil. They are attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds and work well along the edges of mixed borders or in spring containers.

(Clementine Red Columbine, Columbine)

A compact habit and densely packed double flowers characterize members of the Clementine Series. In early to late spring neat, dwarf plants put forth masses of double, spurred blooms that may be red, white, purple, violet-blue, pink or salmon, depending on the cultivar.

These columbine do best in sites with partial sun and fertile, well drained soil. They are attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds and work well along the edges of mixed borders or in spring containers.

(Clementine Salmon Columbine, Columbine)

A compact habit and densely packed double flowers characterize members of the Clementine Series. In early to late spring neat, dwarf plants put forth masses of double, spurred blooms that may be red, white, purple, violet-blue, pink or salmon, depending on the cultivar.

These columbine do best in sites with partial sun and fertile, well drained soil. They are attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds and work well along the edges of mixed borders or in spring containers.

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John Rickard

(Columbine, Dove Columbine)

The large complex flowers of 'Dove' are pure ivory and stand above sturdy and vigorous plants. This hybrid is derived from the McKana Group and Mrs. Scott-Elliot hybrids and was bred by Charles Weddle of Weddle Native Plants, Palisade, Colorado.

Like other hybrid columbine, it is a hardy clump-forming perennial that grows from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). This perennial offers clusters of gray-green scalloped leaves that appear along slender three-parted branches.

The...

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James H. Schutte

(Columbine, Goldfinch Columbine)

The large eye-catching flowers of 'Goldfinch' are pale chick yellow and stand above sturdy and vigorous plants. This hybrid is derived from the McKana Group and Mrs. Scott-Elliot hybrids and was bred by Charles Weddle of Weddle Native Plants, Palisade, Colorado.

Like other hybrid columbine, it is a hardy clump-forming perennial that grows from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). This perennial offers clusters of gray-green scalloped leaves that appear along slender three-parted...

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BallĀ® Horticultural Company

(Columbine, Music Blue and White Columbine)

The large flowers of 'Music Blue and White' columbine, standing above vigorous compact plants, are strikingly bi-colored, with large white petals and smaller purplish-blue petals. This hardy clump-forming perennial grows from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). It offers clusters of rich gray-green scalloped leaves that appear along slender three-parted branches.

The big blooms of 'Music Blue and White' have five large outer petals/sepals that splay outwards and five long...