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January 18, 2018

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Quick Search: 'Aquilegia vulgaris' - Displayed by Common Name in Ascending Order

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Columbine Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata
1. Ruby Port
This selection features fluffy, double flowers in a rich ruby-red shade, over a low mound of ferny light-green foliage. Excellent for cutting.   Click to display 'Ruby Port' tag image 24"-27" 12"-16" 3-8 6" Green
Granny's Bonnet Aquilegia vulgaris
2. Barlow Blue
Fully double, "dahlia-flowered" columbine. Beautiful, cup-shaped flowers surrounded by spur-shaped petals. Good for cutting and natural plantings. Attracts hummingbirds. Blooms May - June. 30" tall.   Click to display 'Barlow Blue' tag image 30" 18"-24" 3-9 4" Green
3. Barlow Rose
Fully double, rose-like flowers on long stems; excellent for cutting. Unique color and form for the garden. Blooms May to June.   Click to display 'Barlow Rose' tag image 30" 18"-24" 3-9 4" Green
4. Black Barlow
A very unique selection with near-black, fully double, spurless, upward-facing flowers that resemble small dahlias. They are produced in late spring and early summer. This variety was bred especially for cut flower production.   Click to display 'Black Barlow' tag image n/a 24"-30" 14"-16" 3-9 6" Green
5. Carol Ann
Beautiful, fluted nodding pink flowers on tall stems. 4C-South   24"-30" 14"-16" 4-8 6" Green
6. Clementine Blue
A spectacular new generation of columbine, this selection produces a large bouquet of bright violet blue, spurless flowers that resemble double clematis blossoms. They face upward for best display and make excellent long lasting cut flowers.   Click to display 'Clementine Blue' tag image 18" 12"-18" 3-9 1 Gallon White
7. Double Pleat Blackberry
This perennial stands up to drought, turns away deer, and lures hummingbirds into the garden! Layers and layers of deep violet petals edged in white dangle from sturdy stems in late spring and early summer, luring in hummingbirds and compliments on a daily basis. Starred with a golden center, these are the most magnificently beautiful and distinctive flowers you will find anywhere!   Click to display 'Double Pleat Blackberry' tag image 20"-24" 12"-15" 3-8 6" Green
8. Tower Dark Blue
Deep blue-purple, bonnet-style flowers with short, hooked spurs are held in an upright bouquet above a tidy, compact clump of grey-green foliage.   Click to display 'Tower Dark Blue' tag image 20" 15"-18" 3-9 1 Gallon White

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