Columbines are one of the easiest and
most rewarding of all perennials. They adapt to many different kinds of
climate and sun condition. Their flowers are a treasure in spring and
when they are through flowering their waxy green foliage continues to
add grace to the garden.
them in a mixed border or in a mass by themselves. If you cut them back
after they bloom, they make a nice lacy ground cover.
Our McKana's Columbines are from seed and flower
colors may vary
but are usually yellow centers with pinkish petals.
Columbines (Aquilegia caerulea cv.) are pictured above and to the right. William Guinness
(A. vulgaris) is pictured
below left and Tequila Sunrise (A. caerulea cv.) is below right.