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Outsidepride Columbine William Guinness Flower Seed - 1000 seeds

 (Outsidepride Columbine William Guinness Flower Seed - 1000)
Columbine (Aquilegia Vulgaris William Guinness) - Columbine is an easy to grow flower grown from flower seeds. Aquilegia William Guinness creates a beautiful flowering clump in spring with nearly black purple flowers. William Guinness makes a dramatic statement in the flower garden with deep purple-black sepals and brilliant white corollas. Will self sow if seed pods are left, however, plants do much better if spent flowers are removed. This variety of Columbine is also known as Magpie. It truly is one of the few flowers that make you want to look twice. The unusual flowers of this old fashioned variety of columbine are guaranteed to create an eye catching display.

Outsidepride Columbine Flower Seed Plant Mix - 1000 Seeds

 (Outsidepride Columbine Flower Seed Plant Mix - 1000)
Aquilegia caerulea, or Columbine, is a well-known and popular perennial that is very attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. The foliage is lacey looking and bluish green in color. This mix has large 4 inch blooms in shades of red, blue and yellow. The bloom season is late spring through the first of summer, and after the blooms are spent, cut the plant back, and the foliage still adds and attractive ground cover. Columbines prefer full sun to partial shade and rich well-drained soil. Start the seeds directly outside in a sunny location after danger of frost has passed. Use 3 - 4 seeds per plant and space them about 16 inches apart, press the seed into soil but do not cover it and keep the seed moist. With a temperature range of 65 - 70F, germination is usually within 21 days. In areas with a late spring, the seed can be started indoors 6 - 8 weeks before the last frost is expected and transplanted outside when frost danger has passed.

2800 Blue Dream Columbine Seeds - A Favorite Perennial Wildflower and State Flower of Colorado

 (2800 Blue Dream Columbine Seeds - A Favorite Perennial Wildflower and State Flower of)
Western Blue Columbine: Perennial, 24-36 inches tall; all leaves basal; bell-shaped. Columbine flowers are up to 3 inches wide, with long spurs (Blue Columbine mostly blue / single type). Blooms in zone 5 from May to mid-June. Zones 3-10. Range/habitat: Rocky Mtns.; sagebrush, pinyon-juniper, mountain brush, aspen, Douglas fir-White fir, aspen-forb, spruce-fir and alpine communities at 5,000-ll,000 feet elevation. Culture/uses: full sun to shady conditions, moist soils; provide filtered shade in sunny, hot climates; best pH is 6-8, provide ample organic matter; attracts hummingbirds. Germination information: Germination is enhanced by moist chilling at 38 degrees for 2 months. A quick alternative to moist chilling is to place seed in paper towel, moisten towel and then place in freezer for a day or two. Planting rate: l lb./ 7,200 sq. ft., 6 lbs./acre

2800 Blue Star Columbine Seeds - A Favorite Perennial Wildflower and State Flower of Colorado

 (2800 Blue Star Columbine Seeds - A Favorite Perennial Wildflower and State Flower of)
Western Blue Columbine: Perennial, 24-36 inches tall; all leaves basal; bell-shaped. Columbine flowers are up to 3 inches wide, with long spurs (Blue Columbine mostly blue / single type). Blooms in zone 5 from May to mid-June. Zones 3-10. Range/habitat: Rocky Mtns.; sagebrush, pinyon-juniper, mountain brush, aspen, Douglas fir-White fir, aspen-forb, spruce-fir and alpine communities at 5,000-ll,000 feet elevation. Culture/uses: full sun to shady conditions, moist soils; provide filtered shade in sunny, hot climates; best pH is 6-8, provide ample organic matter; attracts hummingbirds. Germination information: Germination is enhanced by moist chilling at 38 degrees for 2 months. A quick alternative to moist chilling is to place seed in paper towel, moisten towel and then place in freezer for a day or two. Planting rate: l lb./ 7,200 sq. ft., 6 lbs./acre

Outsidepride Columbine Eastern Red - 1000 Seeds

 (Outsidepride Columbine Eastern Red - 1000)
Aquilegia canadensis, or Columbine, is a well-known and popular perennial that is very attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. The foliage is lacey looking and bluish green in color. This variety, Eastern Red, is native to the United States, and it has bell-shaped flowers of red with a yellow corolla. The bloom season is late spring through the first of summer, and after the blooms are spent, cut the plant back, and the foliage still adds an attractive ground cover. These perennials add beauty to meadows, woodlands, and look wonderful in natural settings. Columbines prefer full sun to partial shade and rich well-drained soil. They are hardy plants, and they are usually resistant to deer. Start the seeds directly outside in a sunny location in early spring. The cold temperatures help to break the dormancy of the seed. Use 3 - 4 seeds per plant and space them about 16 inches apart, press the seed into soil but do not cover it and keep the seed moist. Once temperatures warm, around 68F, germination is usually within 28 days. In areas with a late spring, the seed can be started indoors 6 - 8 weeks before the last frost is expected and transplanted outside when frost danger has passed. Columbines readily reseed themselves.

Seeds Rare Aquilegia Mix Columbine Flower Granny’s Bonnet Perennial Garden Cut Organic Ukraine

 (Seeds Rare Aquilegia Mix Columbine Flower Granny’s Bonnet Perennial Garden Cut Organic)
The perennial columbine, also known as Granny's Bonnet, blooms from mid-spring to early summer. Columbine are known for their bell-shaped, spurred flowers, which range in color from light pastels to bright reds, yellows, oranges, purples, and bi-colors. The leaves have a lacy appearance. The flowers are very attractive butterflies, bees, moths, and hummingbirds. Columbine self-seeds and will produce many volunteer seedlings.Instruction how to grow columbine:Sow seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last expected frost or direct sow into prepared beds with rich, well-drained soil after the last spring frost.Press the flower seed into the soil, but do not cover with soil.Thin to the strongest plants.Columbine grows best in full sun or light shade.If planting a container plant, dig a hole twice the diameter of the pot the plant is in.Place the plant in the hole so the top of the root ball is level with the soil surface.Fill in around the plant and firm the soil gently.Space mature plants 1 to 2 feet apart, depending on the variety.Water thoroughly.Do not overwater.Deadhead faded flowers and new buds will develop along the stems. The bloom season can be extended by as long as six weeks.Cut back foliage to the ground in the fall.When the ground is frozen, mulch to protect plants.Packa...

25+ Aquilegia Caerulea Rose Queen Columbine Bi-color Flower Seeds / Perennial

 (25+ Aquilegia Caerulea Rose Queen Columbine Bi-color Flower Seeds /)
Distinctive rose and white bicolor, long lasting flowers. Can be started indoors in winter to be transplanted outdoors in spring, or can be sown directly into the garden or containers outdoors in spring or summer. Instructions included. COMBINED SHIPPING DISCOUNT...ALL ADDITIONAL ITEMS SHIP FREE.

Everwilde Farms - 800 Blue Rocky Mountain Columbine Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault Jumbo Seed Packet

 (Everwilde Farms - 800 Blue Rocky Mountain Columbine Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault Jumbo Seed)
This blue beauty grows on the meadows and cliffs of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, and was adopted as its official state flower in 1899 after winning the vote of the state's school children. Edwin James, a botanist for the one of the first climbing expeditions to Pike's Peak, first discovered and described this alpine flower in 1820; it grows at an altitude range of 10,000-13,000 feet, establishing itself on rocky slopes or cliffs. Since this species has become increasingly rare in the wild, Colorado law asks its citizens to protect the flower's growth. The name "columbine" is derived from the Latin "columba," or dove, since an upside down bloom looks like a circle of doves around a fountain. The Latin genus name "Aquilegia" means "eagle," since the spikes on the back of the flower look like an eagle's talons.

Columbine- McKanas Giant Mix- 50 Seeds

 (Columbine- McKanas Giant Mix- 50)
All-American award winner! This is the flower you have always wanted! Mckana's giant columbine is a bright and colorful flower that will bloom for you this spring in a grand assortment of colors -- shades of red, pink, yellow, blue, purple, lavender, white and many pleasing combinations. Mckana's giant columbine is easy to grow and lasts for years. 2-5' tall. Simply covered with large 4'' flowers and 5'' spurs. Select plants. Mixed colors. One of the best in the long spurred hybrid range producing 2-3in wide flowers in an excellent color range. Suitable for bedding and cut flowers. Flowers late spring/early summer. Position: Part shade. Perennial zones 2-9. 18-30 " tall, space 12" apart. Full/part sun, average water. Aquilegia vulgaris l. is a species of columbine native to Europe. It is a flowering herbaceous perennial plant growing to 1.2 m tall, with branched, thinly hairy stems. The leaves are biternate; each leaf has three groups of three leaflets. Columbines make excellent cut flowers and attract bees, birds, and butterflies. BLOOM TIME: Late Spring - Summer (Repeat Bloomer). HARDINESS ZONE: 2 - 9 (and reseeds itself easily). LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade . . . SOIL / WATER: Average.

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Framed Art For Your Wall Close Columbine Common Akelei Flower Garden Plant 10x13 Frame

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Columbine Flower Plant (Framed Art For Your Wall Plant Flower Common Akelei Columbine Blossom Bloom 10x13)
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