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Type: Perennial

Sun: Full to part sun, best in part sun.

Water Needs:  Medium

Height:  1-3"

Spread: 9-12"

Spacing:  12"

Bloom Time: June - August

Bloom Description:  Yellow, often soft pink tinged petals.
Maintenance:  Deadhead spent flowers to promote bloom. After flowering, entire plant can be cut to the ground to discourage leaf miners and rejuvenate the plant with fresh new growth (though if you want to save seed or let the plant reseed itself, retain the seed heads to let the seeds develop.

Soil Drainage:  Moist but well-drained

Suggested Use:  An attractive, yellow columbine for cool, shady, preferably montane areas.

Attracts:  Hummingbirds, other pollinators


Aquilegia flavescens, Yellow Columbine - JULY

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