Botanical Illustration of Columbine from the Wildflowers Group, Giclee Print, 7 X 9.5 Inches

Price: $19.90
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  • The image size is 7.0 x 9.5 inches, and it will fit perfectly into a standard size 12 x 16" mat and frame
  • This is a giclee print created from an original hand-colored pen and ink by Maryland artist and botanist Peggy Duke, illustrator of The Green Pharmacy by James Duke
  • Ships flat and well-packaged within 24 hours

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Giclee prints from ARThouse are printed on a medium-weight acid-free fine art paper (Epson Velvet), using light-fast archival inks (Epson K3) on a professional digital printer. They are designed to fit into pre-cut mats and frames so that you can frame it yourself. Your print will come with a biography of the artist and a Certificate of Authenticity. Peggy Duke is a well-known botanical illustrator and sumi-e painter who resides in Maryland. She has illustrated many botany reference books, including "The Green Pharmacy" by her husband James Duke. See her other artwork available here on Amazon!


by Add An Accent, Inc.
Price: $26.99
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  • Licensed by the Estate of Cicely Mary Barker to Add an Accent Inc.
  • Display Stand Sold Separate for Ornament Type
  • When New Each comes packaged in a product box.

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3D hand-painted poly-stone ornaments that can be used to decorate plants and arrangements. Display stands are not included and are sold separately.

Signs of Spring calendar

The goal of this blog is to bring my science classroom into the student's home. I also want provide my science students with information about the material we are currently studying as well as additional science-related information I think they might find interesting. I will also publish a "Bird of the Week" throughout the year and features such as "Element of the Day" during our Chemistry unit.
Welcome to the "Bird of the Week" segment of my science blog. There are 30 different birds that you can find in Reading that I want you to learn this year. Each week, I will post a picture of a different bird and information about it. I will also have a link you can click on so you can learn more information about the bird a well as seeing additional pictures of the bird and hearing its song.We will look for these birds in the Bird Garden where we have set up bird feeders. We will also look for these birds around the school and on field trips we take. I will also expect you to be on the lookout for them in your yard, neighborhood, and your daily travels. At the end of the school year, I would expect that you will know all 30 of these birds.


The beautiful columbine flowers grown in Fresh Meadows, NY.

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  1. Outdoors: Walk on the Wild(flower) Side
    Joralemon Memorial Park, Coeymans: Dutchman's breeches, squirrel corn, hepatica, bloodroot, trilliums, Solomon's seal, columbine, violets. Limestone Rise Preserve, Altamont: Hepatica, blue cohosh, foam flower, violets, Solomon's seal, columbine,
  2. Columbine, Pasque, Foam flowers are good low maintenance perennials
    Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis) is the North America native species. Red-yellow bell-shaped flowers dangle about a foot above a nice mound of scalloped green leaves. It does best in full sun to part shade in moist, but well-drained soil.
  3. Alamosa Flowers: Flower gardening is worth the challenge
    Also, I've been digging errant grass out of flower beds. It tends to green up sooner than most plants so is easy to spot right now. As I work, I love seeing the new leaves of columbine, Icelandic poppies, veronica ground covers, tulips, flax,
  4. Column: The Garden Girl – Every Saturday at 2pm on
    Columbine is a huge family of dainty leafed perennials with whimsical blossoms. The leaves of Columbine are shaped as a half fan with rounded edges, and look delicate, almost like Maiden Hair Fern leaves. In late March the flowers of the Columbine
  5. Celebrate Spring at the Brooklyn Bridge Park
    Almost more surprising than being able to wear shorts in March is the fact that the great concrete jungle that's New York City actually has a wide array of brightly colored native plant life, such as the red columbine and southern magnolia.

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  1. Columbines (genus Aquilegia) are gorgeous clumping perennial wildflowers. There are single and double cultivars and hybrids available in just about every color of the rainbow. This article tells you how to successfully grow columbine flowers organically.
  2. Jun 30, 2010 Wild Columbine Flower

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  1. Beautiful Garden in Cornucopia, Wis., celebrates native plants and finds scavenged from ditches
    Some combos don’t work as well as she’d hoped. In one spot, the hosta overshadow the delicate columbine planted alongside. She often moves a plant from one “room” to another, trying to find the best match of color and texture. If nothing works ...
  2. Brenda Peterson-Pieper: Background checks save lives
    Another mass shooting, more flowers and teddy bears left at the site of the tragedy. Is that helping? We've been doing that since Columbine and now we need to stand up and speak out. We know that requiring background checks for every gun sale saves lives.
  3. Around the garden
    I remember some of the old-fashioned names of his flowers – there were granny’s bonnets, snapdragons, baby’s tears and columbines. All his plants flourished, masses of them packed into small beds usually bordered by rocks. He never gave any thought ...
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In the garden.
Photo by **Mary** on Flickr

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Columbine, photographed at the San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum.
Photo by Eric Hunt. on Flickr

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Photo by Shezamm on Flickr

Audrey Allure: Sunday Flowers: Columbine Flowers
Audrey Allure: Sunday Flowers: Columbine Flowers
Aquilegia-Columbine Flower | Gardening | Pinterest
Aquilegia-Columbine Flower | Gardening | Pinterest
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Columbine Flower | FLOWERS WORLD