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    Blue columbine flower

  • Belle Lynn

    Blue Star Columbine ~ full sun, part sun Beautiful star effect

  • Neil Hoosier II

    Columbine, Blue Star Remarkably beautiful star effect. A remarkably beautiful, superb domesticated wildflower for the shady garden in spring to early summer. Very special for its fancy-lobed, dusky blue-green leaves and unusual, spurred flowers. Highly attractive to hummingbirds for the nectar. lifecycle: Perennial Zone: 4-8 Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun Height: 24 inches Spread: 12-18 inches Uses: Borders, Cut Flowers Sowing Method: Direct Sow Bloom Season: Spring, Summer

  • Alicia Plavsic

    Blue Star Columbine Seeds and Plants, Perennnial Flowers at the side of the house

  • Suzy Q

    Blue Star Columbine~ sure is a beautiful flower.

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Columbine (Aquilegia) is available in many colors for spring blooms and good cut flowers. About 2'H x 1'W.

Eragrostis, Purple Love Grass lifecycle: Perennial  Zone: 5-8  Sun: Full Sun  Height: 18-24  inches Spread: 18-24  inches Uses: Beds, Borders, Container  Bloom Season: Fall, Summer  Resistant To: Deer

Columbine, Swan Burgundy And White Long lasting blooms. Great cut flower. lifecycle: Perennial Zone: 3-8 Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun Height: 18-20 inches Spread: 12-18 inches Uses: Borders, Cut Flowers Sowing Method: Direct Sow Bloom Season: Spring, Summer

Columbine, Lime Sorbet lifecycle: Perennial  Zone: 3-8  Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun  Height: 30-36  inches Spread: 12-18  inches Uses: Borders, Cut Flowers  Bloom Season: Spring, Summer

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Astrantia, Moulin Rouge Unique maroon flowers all summer long. Customer Favorite! Unique maroon flowers are produced all summer. Makes an excellent fresh or dried cut flower. Attracts butterflies. Product Details lifecycle: Perennial Zone: 4-7 Sun: Part Sun Height: 18 inches Spread: 18 inches Uses: Beds, Borders, Cut Flowers, Dried Flowers Bloom Season: Spring, Summer

Rocky Mountain Columbine. Perfect when you live in the Rocky Mountains.

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Monarda, 'Jacob Cline'. Adapt to any soil and increase quickly. Hummingbirds love them. Use as a background for annuals. Intensely glowing red, extremely large flowers. Zone: 4-9 Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun Height: 36 inches Spread: 36 inches Uses: Beds, Borders, Cut Flowers Bloom Season: Fall, Summer

Beautiful - columbines are one of my most favorite flowers! I love finding them in the wild in the Eastern Sierras.olumbine Flowers

Wish I could find this columbine--I know it would grow in my yard.