Colorado Columbine - by Lynn Bauer - Blue Columbine: The columbine (from the Latin word for dove, columba), is a circlet of petals thought to resemble doves. The blue columbine is a symbol of fidelity, and often appears in paintings of Mary.
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Aquilegia vulgaris Clementine Red Columbine Type: Perennials Height: Short (Plant apart) Bloom Time: Spring to Early Summer Large fuchsia red, spurless series of Columbine has larger flowers that resemble double Clematis.
Columbine Easy to grow and beautiful, columbine blooms in spring and early summer. The colorful blooms are loved by hummingbirds and gardeners alike. Name: Aquilegia varieties Growing conditions: Part shade and well-drained soil Height: To 3 feet tall Zon
One of my favorite flowers: Columbine Genus: Aquilegia spp. Zones: Bloom time: May; then six weeks later. To prune: Cut the stems all the way back to the foliage. Good to know: After the second bloom, leave the blossoms on the plant to reseed.