18" x 15" wide, (seed propagated). Rocky Mountain Columbine is the state flower of Colorado, and is treasured for its big blue and white flowers. A must for mountain gardeners, this plant is at its best in cool, higher altitude areas of the West. At lower elevations, place in cool shady beds that receive regular watering. Not recommended for hot , humid climates.Campanula rotundifolia makes a fine companion plant. Zones 3-8. 3" deep standard pot size.
15" x 10" wide, (seed propagated). The original seed for this rare native Columbine was collected in south-central New Mexico.'Little Treasure' is the result of many years of my breeding work with this plant to create a floriferous, uniformly-small-growing plant. With numerous bright yellow, upward-facing flowers 1" wide with 1 1/2" long spurs, it blooms for many weeks, beginning in late spring. The plant has a very attractive mound of foliage resembling that of a maiden-hair fern. It…
Arizona Columbine is a favorite around here with its profusion of small, bright orange and yellow flowers. Blooms all summer when dead-headed regularly. It is native to the middle elevations of Coconino Country in Arizona and is very amenable to non-mountain climates.
Aquilegia Collection: 4.8 Read 4 ReviewsWrite a Review Try several of our customer favorite Columbine varieties in this Aquilegia Collection. Perfect for shady gardens, you'll save $5 off the single plant price of $39.96. Buy three of the Aquilegia Collections and you'll have a complete shade garden.
Linum perenne 'Sapphire' is a dwarf form of blue flax, with bright blue flowers held on the tips of wiry stems. It blooms in late spring and continues for several months. It does best in dry soils with excellent drainage.
The Lucky Lantana have been bred for compactness and non-stop color in the sun and heat. These little beauties are perfect for beds and containers, and won't overgrow their neighbors. Butterflies and hummingbirds love the brilliantly colored, non-stop flowers.