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  • Chryse Laukkonen

    Clematis-flowered Columbine Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata 'Black Barlow'. ....Aquilegia Black Barlow has dark, purple-black petals and produces many of these black flowers each year. Hardiness zones 3a - 9b.

  • Quince&Pippin

    Aquilegia vulgaris (eg this example is var. stellata 'Black Barlow'), Granny's bonnet - prefers light shade

  • Jessica Palmer

    perennials for zone 8 | plant monday – aquilegia ‘black barlow’

  • Nally Bellati

    Black garden - Aquilegia Black Barlow

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Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata 'Black Barlow'

Black Barlow Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris) : 24-28″ : full to part sun : clumps : blooms late spring to early summer

Black Barlow columbine - these spring-blooming flowers nod with elegance, especially if planted next to paler-colored flowers: peaches, creams, soft yellows all look swell next to this dark beauty without stealing the show.

Columbine or aquilegia is a herbaceous perennial that is drought tolerant (once established) and self-seeds if not deadheaded. The plant grows to 2' tall when in bloom and blooms late spring-early summer. Flowers come in a variety of colors. Grow in part shade. Best in rock and woodland gardens and as edging plants. Zones 3-9

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Blue Columbine by Mandy Disher I love this flower! And yet we can't forget Columbine.

Cactus Dahlia Black Wizard - a clump-forming, tuberous perennial with toothed, dark green leaves, purple stems and large, double, deep maroon flowers with purple-black centres blooming from midsummer until autumn.

Dahlia Black Beauty...omg I gotta find theses luvvvvv and want

Dahlias** so this is what they actually look like?! I've only ever seen them in the green sticking stage in the greenhouse

~~Enticing Yellow Dahlia by amazon2008~~