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Image of Aquilegia jonesii photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Blue Limestone Columbine, Jone's Columbine)

The rare blue limstone columbine is an alpine, small, herbaceous perennial native to the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta, Montana and Wyoming in westcentral North America. In its native habitat it's found in rocky crevices and screes in the higher mountain elevations. It has low, compact mounded habit and curiously elegant in and out of bloom.

In midsummer, it produces dainty, blue-violet to purple flowers with spurred nectaries that remain tucked in the tufts of foliage below. The leaves are...

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Common Columbine)

Columbine is among the most beloved woodland perennials, cultivated for centuries in cottage gardens. This species is a native of Europe fondly called granny’s bonnet. The foliage bears three part lobed leaves of soft blue-green that are more densely held at the base of the plant. The leaves bear a striking similarity in shape and texture to those of the maidenhair fern. Columbine is a vigorous early season performer but the delicate foliage can suffer in the late season, so it is often paired...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Common Columbine)

The pretty compact 'Clementine Blue' produces many densely packed double columbine flowers. In early to late spring this dwarf perennial puts forth masses of upward-facing, double, spurless blooms of violet-blue. Three-parted, lobed leaves of soft green form a mound at the base of the plants. The foliage often wanes towards summer's end.

Grow this columbine in full sun to partial shade and fertile well-drained soil that’s evenly moist. The more sunlight the more important it is the soil has available...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Clementine Dark Purple Columbine, Common Columbine)

The pretty compact 'Clementine Dark Purple' produces many densely packed double columbine flowers. In early to late spring this dwarf perennial puts forth masses of upward-facing, double, spurless blooms of deep purple. Three-parted, lobed leaves of soft green form a mound at the base of the plants. The foliage often wanes towards summer's end.

Grow this columbine in full sun to partial shade and fertile well-drained soil that’s evenly moist. The more sunlight the more important it is the soil...

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Yoder Brothers

(Common Columbine)

The pretty compact 'Clementine Red' produces many densely packed double columbine flowers. In early to late spring this dwarf perennial puts forth masses of upward-facing, double, spurless blooms of dusky red. Three-parted, lobed leaves of soft green form a mound at the base of the plants. The foliage often wanes towards summer's end.

Grow this columbine in full sun to partial shade and fertile well-drained soil that’s evenly moist. The more sunlight the more important it is the soil has available...

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Yoder Brothers

(Clementine Rose Columbine, Common Columbine)

The pretty compact 'Clementine Rose' produces many densely packed double columbine flowers. In early to late spring this dwarf perennial puts forth masses of upward-facing, double, spurless blooms of soft rose. Three-parted, lobed leaves of soft green form a mound at the base of the plants. The foliage often wanes towards summer's end.

Grow this columbine in full sun to partial shade and fertile well-drained soil that’s evenly moist. The more sunlight the more important it is the soil has available...

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Yoder Brothers

(Clementine Salmon Rose Columbine, Common Columbine)

The pretty compact 'Clementine Salmon Rose' produces many densely packed double columbine flowers. In early to late spring this dwarf perennial puts forth masses of upward-facing, double, spurless blooms of rosy salmon pink. Three-parted, lobed leaves of soft green form a mound at the base of the plants. The foliage often wanes towards summer's end.

Grow this columbine in full sun to partial shade and fertile well-drained soil that’s evenly moist. The more sunlight the more important it is the...

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Yoder Brothers

(Clementine White Columbine, Common Columbine)

The pretty compact 'Clementine White' produces many densely packed double columbine flowers. In early to late spring this dwarf perennial puts forth masses of upward-facing, double, spurless blooms of clean white. Three-parted, lobed leaves of soft green form a mound at the base of the plants. The foliage often wanes towards summer's end.

Grow this columbine in full sun to partial shade and fertile well-drained soil that’s evenly moist. The more sunlight the more important it is the soil has...

(Common Columbine, Granny's Gold Columbine)

Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Granny’s Gold’ features pendant, spurred blossoms of gleaming, golden yellow, which dangle elegantly from tall, branched, wiry stems in mid- to late spring atop mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage. It is a form of the beloved European native columbine commonly referred to as “granny’s bonnet”.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Granny’s Gold’ prefers evenly moist, nutrient-rich soil with good drainage. It will readily cross...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Columbine, Winky Blue-White Columbine)

The pretty flowers of 'Winky Blue-White' will add cool color to the early perennial garden. This compact, heavy blooming columbine puts forth mounds of three-parted, lobed leaves of soft sea green in spring. Then in late spring to early summer it bears erect stems of upward facing, spurred flowers of violet-blue and white. The five spreading outer petals are violet-blue, and the spurred, tubular inner petals are edged in white. Bright golden stamens extend from the center of each flower.

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