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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Barlow Blue Columbine, Spurless Common Columbine)

Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata ‘Blue Barlow’ features spurless, pompom-like flowers of rich, violet-blue, which somewhat resemble those of a double clematis. Appearing in mid- to late spring, the elegant blossoms dangle airily atop tall, wiry, branched stems, which rise above mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia ‘Blue Barlow’ prefers evenly moist, nutrient-rich soil with good drainage. It will readily...

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Jessie Keith

(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...

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James H. Schutte

(Nora Barlow Columbine, Spurless Common Columbine)

The spurless, pompom-like flowers of Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata ‘Nora Barlow’ feature numerous, layered tepals (petal-like sepals), of rich, rosy-red with contrasting, white to pale-green tips. The unusual blossoms somewhat resemble those of a double clematis, and appear in mid- to late spring on tall, wiry, branched stems atop mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia ‘Nora Barlow’ prefers evenly moist,...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Rose Barlow Columbine, Spurless Common Columbine)

The rosy-pink, pompom-like flowers of Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata ‘Rose Barlow’ add a sweet, feminine touch to the spring garden. Appearing in mid- to late spring, the fluffy blossoms dangle airily on tall, wiry, branched stems atop mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia ‘Rose Barlow’ prefers evenly moist, nutrient-rich soil with good drainage. It will readily cross-pollinate with other columbine and...

(Ruby Port Columbine, Spurless Common Columbine)

The spurless, double flowers of Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata ‘Ruby Port’ are deep, wine-red, lit with central bundles of sunny, yellow stamens, somewhat resembling those of a double clematis. Appearing in mid- to late spring, the richly-colored blossoms are held elegantly on branched, wiry stems atop mounds of lacy, blue-green foliage.

Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia ‘Ruby Port’ prefers evenly moist, nutrient-rich soil with good drainage....

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Mark Kane

(Spurless Common Columbine)

Spurless columbine in the Barlow series have double flowers and come in many colorful varieties including bicolors. In mid-spring these plants develop mounds of sea-green three-lobed leaves and by late spring to early summer they bear tall stems of delicate, doubled spurless flowers that may be in shades of violet, blue, white, pink, rose or near black. Pretty golden stamens dangle from the center of each flower.

These originate from Europe and do best in sites with partial sun and fertile, well...

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Yoder Brothers

(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...

(Spurless Common Columbine)

Spurless columbine in the Barlow series have double flowers and come in many colorful varieties including bicolors. In mid-spring these plants develop mounds of sea-green three-lobed leaves and by late spring to early summer they bear tall stems of delicate, doubled spurless flowers that may be in shades of violet, blue, white, pink, rose or near black. Pretty golden stamens dangle from the center of each flower.

These originate from Europe and do best in sites with partial sun and fertile, well...

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Jessie Keith

(Bearberry, Kinnikinnick)

Drought tolerant and adaptable, bearberry, or kinnikinnick, is a spreading, mat-forming evergreen shrub typically grown as a groundcover. This super tough, plant is so cold tolerant that it naturally extends up into the farthest reaches of Alaska and northern Canada across into northern Eurasia. It has small, leathery, glossy leaves year-round and produces sweet clusters of pearly white to pale pink flowers in summer followed by bright red berries in late summer to fall. Its flowers attract bees,...

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Russell Stafford

(Bearberry, Kinnikinnick, Massachusetts Bearberry)

Drought tolerant and adaptable, bearberry, or kinnikinnick, is a spreading, mat-forming evergreen shrub typically grown as a groundcover. This super tough, plant is so cold tolerant that it naturally extends up into the farthest reaches of Alaska and northern Canada across into northern Eurasia. It has small, leathery, glossy leaves year-round and produces sweet clusters of pearly white to pale pink flowers in summer followed by bright red berries in late summer to fall. Its flowers attract bees,...