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Type: Perennial

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water Needs:  Moderate

Height: 1-2'

Spread: 9"-1'

Spacing:  12"

Bloom Time: June - August

Bloom Description:  Pale Blue to White
Maintenance:  Low.  

Soil Drainage:  Moist but well-drained

Suggested Use: This is an herb used in certain medications, do not eat, this plant is toxic. Grows best in rich, moist soils. Flowers add aesthetic value and foliage adds texture and color into the fall.

Attracts:  Hawkmoths, Bumble Bees, Solitary Bees, and Syrphid Flies, Hummingbirds, Butterflies.

Tips:  Avoid overwatering, dead-head faded flowers and new ones will bloom, mulch to protect roots before first freeze


Aquilegia coerulea, Colorado Columbine - JUNE

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