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    *10" x 8-10" wide* A wonderful wildflower, this dwarf grower fits into even the smallest spaces, and blooms with cheery flowers of bright red and yellow. Numerous flowers are held over a tuft of attractively bright green foliage. Native to the eastern US, it thrives all across the US. Zones 3-8 5" Premium Pot Compost Enriched Garden Loam. 5" deep premium pot size.

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    • Ingy G

      Little Lanterns' is a dwarf selection of a columbine native to the Eastern US. The nodding bright red and yellow flowers appear in late spring and are magnets for hummingbirds.

    • Deb Hebblewhite Aguirre

      Aquilegia canadensis Little Lanterns | Aquilegia canadensis Little Lanterns | Low Water Plants, Eco Friendly Landscapes | High Country Gardens

    • Xiaol luo

      xl: understory herbs3- eastern columbine. (Aquilegia canadensis). 'Little Lanterns' all year around.

    • JFavMEG

      Aquilegia canadensis ‘Little Lanterns’ (Columbine) ~ h 10” w 6” ~ Part Shade, Full Shade ~ Sweet dwarf form. Brilliant red blooms with yellow corollas. Provides that perfect “wild” columbine for your tiny woodland. Zone 3. Benefits: Bees/Pollinators, Hummingbird

    • Cathy Cooper

      Aquilegia canadensis Little Lanterns | Aquilegia canadensis Little Lanterns | High Country Gardens

    • Cait Barnett

      aquilegia canadensis (red columbine), cincinnati native plant, blooms april - june

    • Ethan Dropkin

      Aquilegia canadensis 'Little Lanterns' - Little Lanterns Eastern Columbine

    • Jez Thompson

      Victoria Gardens: Plant Profile: Aquilegia canadensis 'Little Lanterns'

    • YoungBros& Daley

      Plant Profile: Aquilegia canadensis 'Little Lanterns' or Columbine

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