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Image of Aquilegia vulgaris (CLEMENTINE SERIES) photo by: Yoder Brothers

Yoder Brothers

(Common Columbine)

A compact habit and densely packed, double flowers characterize columbine in the Clementine Series. In early to late spring these dwarf perennials put forth masses of upward-facing, double, spurless blooms that may be red, white, purple, violet-blue, pink or salmon, depending on the cultivar. Three-parted, lobed leaves of soft green form a mound at the base of the plants.

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

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris (Vervaeneana Group) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Columbine)

The Vervaeneana Group of columbines are hardy upright perennials with unique nodding flowers. These columbine cultivars are similar to other granny’s bonnet types except that they have variegated leaves and white, pink to reddish, or purple blossoms. They are at home in a sunny border growing in well-drained, fertile soil. Columbines are a charming addition to perennial borders and a mainstay of cottage gardens.

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris (WINKY SERIES) photo by: Yoder Brothers

Yoder Brothers

(Common Columbine)

These compact, heavy blooming columbine add a real punch of color to the early perennial garden. In mid-spring they put forth mounds of three-parted, lobed leaves of soft sea green. By late spring to early summer they bear erect stems of upward facing, spurred flowers in solid or bicolored shades of violet-blue, purple, pink, red, rose and white. The five spreading outer petals look starry, and the spurred, tubular inner petals hold nectar for visiting pollinators. Bright golden stamens extend from...

(Common Columbine, Double-flowered Common Columbine)

Double flowered columbine are quite different in character than the traditional woodland perennials known for their large spurred flowers. This species Aquilegia vulgaris is a native of Europe fondly called granny’s bonnet, but the double flowered form is likely of garden origin. The foliage of doubles is the same as single flowered forms, bearing 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...

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris var. flore-pleno

Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Common Columbine, Double-flowered Common Columbine, Tower Dark Blue Columbine)

The enchanting, midnight-violet blossoms of Aquilegia vulgaris var. flore-pleno ‘Tower Dark Blue’ feature multiple rows of large petals which are layered like ruffled petticoats, differing in appearance from the pompom-like flowers of many old-fashioned columbine varieties. Appearing in mid- to late spring, the dusky blooms are held in bunches atop finely branching stems, which rise from mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia...

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris var. flore-pleno

Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Common Columbine, Double-flowered Common Columbine, Tower Light Blue Columbine)

The charming, pale-blue blossoms of Aquilegia vulgaris var. flore-pleno ‘Tower Light Blue’ feature multiple rows of large petals which are layered like ruffled petticoats, differing in appearance from the pompom-like flowers of many old-fashioned columbine varieties. Appearing in mid- to late spring, the pastel blooms are held in bunches atop finely branching stems, which rise from mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia...

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris var. flore-pleno

Kieft-Pro-Seeds

Double flowered columbine are quite different in character than the traditional woodland perennials known for their large spurred flowers. The parent species of these hybrids is Aquilegia vulgaris is a native of Europe fondly called granny’s bonnet. Contemporary breeding resulted in the Tower hybrids which bear traditional 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....

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris var. flore-pleno (TOWER SERIES) photo by: Kieft-Pro-Seeds

Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Common Columbine, Double-flowered Common Columbine)

Double flowered columbine are quite different in character than the traditional woodland perennials known for their large spurred flowers. The parent species of these hybrids is Aquilegia vulgaris is a native of Europe fondly called granny’s bonnet. Contemporary breeding resulted in the Tower hybrids which bear traditional 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....

(Spurless Common Columbine)

Spurless common columbine, is a pretty old-fashioned perennial and cottage garden mainstay. In mid-spring plants develop mounds of sea-green three-lobed leaves and by late spring to early summer they bear tall stems of delicate spurless flowers that may be in shades of violet, blue, white or pink. Pretty golden stamens dangle from the center of each flower.

A European native, this columbine has many beautiful selections to include the popular dark purple to black 'Black Barlow'. These plants...

Image of Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata

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(Black Barlow Columbine, Spurless Common Columbine)

Black Barlow spurless columbine is a pretty perennial for cottage gardens and perennial borders. In mid-spring it develops mounds of three-lobed leaves of sea green and by late spring to early summer tall stems topped with branches of delicate, doubled, spurless flowers of near black appear. Pretty golden stamens dangle from the center of each flower.

This columbine originates from Europe and does best in sites with partial sun and fertile, well drained soil. Its flowers are highly attractive...