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I have no Columbines in my garden right now and I don't know why - they are romantic and beautiful. Aquilegia caerulea “Rocky Mountain Columbine”

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Pink columbine (Aquilegia) in front of blue Hosta in the Shade Path garden. ~WMG

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Aquilegia vulagris 'Magic Blue' by Jacky Parker**

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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Nora Barlow' Granny's Bonnet. Claire Austin.

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Aquilegia viridiflora 'Chocolate Soldier'

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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Rose Barlow' Mehr

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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Blue Barlow' Exquisite and fully double deep violet blue, spurless 2” blossoms dangle gracefully from old fashioned and properly tall plants to 30” from late Spring to early Summer. Lovely in the shade garden, the delicate grey-green foliage mound grows to 18” across.

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Aquilegia 'Munstead White'

Aquilegia ‘Munstead White' You could use any aquilegia they come in all kinds of colours and variations. They all self seed, not too much but quite a lot. Might be a nice one to grow with Edie as it germinates well and wouldn't disappoint. If you want it to keep looking the same year on year, only grow one type, they are promiscuous and will interbreed readily which usually means you end up with dull colours in the end. Mine are all dull now.

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