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Image of Aquilegia (ORIGAMI SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Columbine)

Cultivars in the Origami Series are compact, heavy-blooming and bloom longer than most. They are even said to flower in the first year from seed.

In spring they put forth open mounds of three parted, soft green, lobed leaves. By late spring to early summer they offer erect stems of upward facing or nodding large spurred flowers in bicolored or solid shades of yellow, violet-blue, pink, red, rose or white. Pretty golden stamens extend from the center of each flower.

Grow columbine in full sun...

Image of Aquilegia (SONGBIRD SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(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...

Image of Aquilegia canadensis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Canadian Columbine, Red Columbine)

The easy to grow red columbine is an airy, herbaceous perennial native to the eastern United States and Canada. In its native habitat it's found in open woodlands and forest margins, so it's quite shade tolerant and ideal for naturalistic woodland gardens. It has an open habit and elegant look when in bloom.

In late spring to early summer, its tall branched stems bear dainty, nodding, red and yellow flowers with prominent spurred nectaries. These are subtended by delicate, ferny, three-parted leaves...

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Mark A. Miller

(Canadian Columbine, Corbett Columbine, Red Columbine)

This cultivar is distinguished by its unique flowers that are solid yellow rather than red and yellow. It was discovered near Corbett, Maryland, hence the name.

The easy to grow Canadian columbine is an airy, herbaceous perennial native to the eastern United States and Canada. In its native habitat it's found in open woodlands and forest margins, so it's quite shade tolerant and ideal for naturalistic woodland gardens. It has an open habit and elegant look when in bloom.

In late spring to...

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Yoder Brothers

(Canadian Columbine, Little Lanterns Columbine, Red Columbine)

This cultivar is distinguished by its dwarf habit and heavy blooming. The easy to grow 'Little Lanterns' is a sweet herbaceous perennial that originates from the eastern United States and Canada. In its native habitat red columbine is found in open woodlands and forest margins, so it's quite shade tolerant and ideal for naturalistic woodland gardens. It has an open habit and elegant look when in bloom.

In late spring to early summer, the short branched stems of 'Little Lanterns' bear dainty, nodding,...

Image of Aquilegia chrysantha photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Golden Columbine)

Heavy blooming and delicate, Colorado or golden columbine is a perennial native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. In the late spring to early summer it produces lightly fragrant, intricate lemon yellow flowers with long, curved, back-facing spurs that hold nectar for the butterflies and hummingbirds that visit them. These are subtended by ferny green foliage that looks good early in the season but wanes towards the end of summer.

Plant this fine perennial in rich, evenly...

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Dutch Bulbs

(Denver Gold Columbine, Golden Columbine)

A selection of Aquilegia chrysantha, a species native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, ‘Denver Gold’ features extra-large, open, brilliant golden-yellow flowers adorned with long, curving, reflexed spurs. The showy, fragrant blooms shine atop tall, well-branched stems in spring, and will continue to appear throughout the summer if faded flower stems are cut back regularly. Its compact, fern-like, mounds of foliage remain attractive throughout the season if kept evenly...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Golden Columbine, Yellow Queen Columbine)

Columbine ‘Yellow Queen’ is a selection of Aquilegia chrysantha, a species native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It features large, fragrant, soft-yellow flowers adorned with long, curving, reflexed spurs, which bloom in spring atop tall, well-branched stems. The showy blossoms are displayed high above compact, fern-like, mounds of foliage, and will continue to appear throughout most of the summer if faded flower stems are cut back regularly.

Aquilegia...

(Hinckley's Golden Columbine)

The hinckleyana variety of golden columbine is indigenous to the Big Bend area of Texas. In the spring, fragrant and showy cup-like lemon yellow flowers with long, curving spurs are produced in mass. If deadheaded, it will rebloom throughout the summer. Its ferny bluish-green mound of foliage will stay attractve all season if kept evenly moist in well-drained soils and shaded from the hot sun. Golden columbine reseeds freely and will cross-pollinate with other columbines, so variations in flowers...

(Hinckley's Golden Columbine, Texas Gold Columbine)

The hinckleyana variety of golden columbine is indigenous to the Big Bend area of Texas. In the spring, 'Texas Gold' comes alive with fragrant and showy cup-like golden yellow flowers with long, curving spurs. If deadheaded, it will rebloom throughout the summer. Its ferny bright green mound of foliage will stay attractive all season if kept evenly moist in well-drained soils and shaded from the hot sun. Golden columbine reseeds freely and will cross-pollinate with other columbines, so variations...