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

Price: $2.50


Features:
  • First Quality Native Wildflower Seeds - Current Lab Test Data Shown on Packet
  • Bulk Seed is Excellent for Immediate Planting or for Long Term Storage as an Emergency Seed Vault
  • Detailed Planting Instructions on Back - Online Info also available via QR Code


David's Garden Seeds Wildflower Columbine McKana Giant OL113 (Multi) 500 Open Pollinated Seeds

Price: $8.75


Features:
  • Germination rate about 80% and better
  • Seeds are Non-GMO and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds in the Untited States of America
  • Blooms in about 70 days


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 Colorado

Price: $9.95


Features:
  • 2800 Seeds - Western Blue Dream Columbine
  • Marde Ross & Company specializes in flowering bulbs and peonies and has been a licensed California Nursery since 1985
  • Spring Perennial Wildflower


Blue Columbine Artificial Flower Spray - 26.5" Tall

Price: $30.25


Features:
  • Color: Blue


Outsidepride Columbine William Guinness - 1000 seeds

Outsidepride Columbine William Guinness - 1000 seeds

Price: $6.49


Features:
  • Height: 24 - 30 inch perennial
  • Outsidepride is a family owned U.S. Company. No other company on this listing is selling our seed.
  • USDA Zones: 3 - 9

Columbine - Aquilegia species - How to grow Columbine flowers

Columbines are perennial (sometimes treated as a biennial) woodland plants that bloom in spring and early summer. There are around 60 or so species within the genus Aquilegia, which gets its...

Students choose new name for the Columbine Café - CSU Pueblo Today

CSU-Pueblo’s Columbine Cafeteria will soon be known by a new, ThunderWolf-inspired name: the PackCafe’.

The Columbine, which is the main dining hall on campus, is located in the Occhiato University Center and serves hundreds of students and faculty each day.

Following the school shooting at Columbine High School in 1999, management of the cafeteria, which was named for the...

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  2. Pontiac Daily Leader Hobart home offers look at rustic gardening
    With its rustic-themed front yard flower bed, large bearded irises and double clematis, it's easy to understand why the Hobarts' garden was selected. Flowerbeds around the yard feature hostas, sweet pea vines, coneflowers, columbine flowers, coral
  3. Ashland Daily Press The curious transformation of the Jack-in-the-pulpit
    Rosy columbine flowers glowed in the sunflecks. Neon orange orioles chased each other through the canopy. Both purple and yellow violets lined the trail, while may apples, wood anemone, false rue anemone, sweet William, and large flowering bellwort 
  4. Green Bay Press Gazette (blog) Emily Stone: Jack-in-the-pulpit flowers choose fungus over fragrance
    Rosy columbine flowers glowed in the sunflecks. Neon orange orioles chased each other through the canopy. Both purple and yellow violets lined the trail, while may apples, wood anemone, false rue anemone, sweet William and large flowering bellwort 
  5. The Journal Mancos moves forward with public art
    The Mancos Board of Trustees on May 23 unanimously awarded a $2,000 contract to Lily Russo from the Board of Trustees and $1,000 from the Creative District for a flower mosaic on the bathrooms of Boyle Park. Russo gave a presentation to the board of 

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  1. The columbine plant is an easy-to-grow perennial that offers seasonal interest throughout much of the year. Learn how to care for columbine plants in this article and enjoy their long-lasting appeal.
  2. Buy Columbine Seeds from Swallowtail Garden Seeds. Huge selection of columbines. Single and double flowers, tall and dwarf plants. Columbine flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
  3. Learn all about the columbine flower (Aquilegia), an easy an elegant plant that will add color and personality to your garden.
  4. Etymology. The genus name Aquilegia is derived from the Latin word for eagle (aquila), because of the shape of the flower petals, which are said to resemble an eagle's claw.
  5. Columbine flowers come in numerous colors. Of even greater value than their bold colors is the exquisite shape of the blooms, as shown in my picture.
flower macro columbine
Photo by PMillera4 on Flickr

red flower
A new citizen in the front yard.
Photo by cogdogblog on Flickr

flower columbine
Annie's annuals and perennials
Photo by nickton on Flickr