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For my gothic garden -- Black columbine flowers ٠•●༒((M$.M!k@))༒●•٠
Black Garden: (best guess) AQUILEGIA vulgaris 'William Guinness' Columbine, Granny's bonnet
Black columbines. OH, how I adore black flowers. <3
"In the BLACK" by Linda Medhurst > Beautiful flower close-ups, all on a black background > View board here: www.pinterest.com...
This looks closer to a poppy than a peony. Papaver 'Black Peony'...got this one, can't wait to see it in flower...
Reminds me of my Grandma. This was her and my Grandfather's special flower, she loved them because they were so rare. Sweet memories.
the amazing beauty and detail of God's creation - what do you love about this flower?
^Columbine in Rocks - this says home - Rocky Mountains and Colorado --
Columbine _ love it, cannot seem to get it to come back year to year like it is natural to do
Black on black , high contrast , low key , floral test shot , edited in Silver Efex Pro 2.0 by capturedenigma, via Flickr
Black Barlow Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris) : 24-28″ : full to part sun : clumps : blooms late spring to early summer
Violet Aquilegia by yu-myu on Flicr
Columbine is native to North America (Aquilegia) and produce cardiogenic toxins, similar to foxglove (Digitalis), from which nitroglycerin was derived.
Beautiful - columbines are one of my most favorite flowers! I love finding them in the wild in the Eastern Sierras.olumbine Flowers
Blue Columbine by Mandy Disher I love this flower! And yet we can't forget Columbine.