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Jessie Keith

(Columbine, Origami Pink and White Columbine)

This compact hybrid columbine is an eye-catching perennial that offers large starry, spurred soft pink and white flowers in profusion. It blooms more heavily for longer than others and will even flower in the first year from seed.

In spring it puts forth open mounds of three parted, soft green, lobed leaves. By late spring to early summer it bears erect stems of upward facing or nodding large spurred flowers with pink outer petals and white spurred inner petals. Pretty golden stamens extend...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Columbine, Origami Red and White Columbine)

This hybrid columbine has large dusky red and white flowers. It blooms more heavily for longer than others and will even flower in the first year from seed.

In spring it puts forth open mounds of three parted, soft green, lobed leaves. By late spring to early summer it bears erect stems of upward facing or nodding large spurred flowers with red outer petals and white spurred inner petals. A flush of golden stamens extends from the center of each flower.

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James Burghardt

(Columbine, Origami Rose and White Columbine)

This hybrid columbine has large rose and white flowers. It blooms more heavily for longer than others and will even flower in the first year from seed.

In spring it puts forth open mounds of three parted, soft green, lobed leaves. By late spring to early summer it bears erect stems of upward facing or nodding large spurred flowers with broad rose-colored outer petals and white spurred inner petals. A flush of golden stamens extends from the center of each flower.

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John Rickard

(Columbine, Origami White Columbine)

This hybrid columbine has large starry white flowers. It blooms more heavily for longer than others and will even flower in the first year from seed.

In spring it puts forth open mounds of three parted, soft green, lobed leaves. By late spring to early summer it bears erect stems of upward facing or nodding large white flowers with broad outer petals and white spurred inner petals. A flush of golden stamens extends from the center of each flower.

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Columbine, Origami Yellow Columbine)

This hybrid columbine has large starry yellow flowers. It blooms more heavily for longer than others and will even flower in the first year from seed.

In spring it puts forth open mounds of three parted, soft green, lobed leaves. By late spring to early summer it bears erect stems of upward facing or nodding large soft yellow flowers with broad outer petals and white spurred inner petals. A flush of golden stamens extends from the center of each flower.

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James H. Schutte

(Columbine, Robin Columbine)

The large eye-catching flowers of 'Robin' are rich rose and cream 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

(Columbine, Songbird Mix Columbine)

The large eye-catching flowers of columbine in the Songbird Series are kaleidoscopic and the plants are sturdy and vigorous. These hybrids are derived from the McKana Group and Mrs. Scott-Elliot hybrids and were bred by Charles Weddle of Weddle Native Plants, Palisade, Colorado.

Like other hybrid columbines, these are hardy clump-forming perennials that grow from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). This perennial offers clusters of gray-green scalloped leaves that appear...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Columbine, Spring Magic White Columbine)

The large, long-spurred flowers of Aquilegia ‘Spring Magic White’ are fresh, gleaming white, and lit at the centers with bundles of bright, golden-yellow stamens. The elegant blooms decorate the garden in mid- to late spring, and are held on fine, branching stems atop compact mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia ‘Spring Magic White’ appreciates evenly moist, nutrient-rich soil and good drainage. It will readily cross-pollinate...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Biedermeier Columbine, Columbine)

Columbines in the Biedermeier Group share several traits. Their flowers are strongly bi-colored, long-spurred and their stems are moderately compact. In spring they put forth open mounds of three parted, soft green, lobed leaves. By late spring to early summer they bear erect stems of upward facing or nodding large spurred flowers that are strongly bicolored in an array of colors. Pretty golden stamens extend from the center of each flower.

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Columbine)

The columbines in the Music Series are notable for the large size and strong colors of the flowers, and the vigor and compactness of the plants.

Like other hybrid columbines, these are hardy clump-forming perennials that grow from small slender woody rhizomes (underground lateral stems). They have clusters of rich gray-green scalloped leaves appear along slender, upright, three-parted branches.

The intricate flowers are what make these plants so special. The big blooms have five large petals/sepals...