Songbird Goldfinch Aquilegia offers the most unusual and amazing color ever found on a Columbine. The creamy, buttery-colored, upwards facing blossoms have long, wispy spurs and vivid, bright, sunny yellow stamens. The tone-on-tone simple beauty is simply stunning! Flowers measure 3 inches! Columbines are easy to grow and thrive in moist, well-drained soils. Full sun is okay in northern gardens; afternoon shade is preferred in southern gardens. Well suited to cottage gardens, at woodland edges, and are excellent in containers and as cut flowers. Aquilegia attracts hummingbirds and butterflies while deer and rabbit tend to avoid it.
RICK H on 5/17/2019 9:21:50 AM
Comment: My wife loves these so do the hummingbirds. I have three different colors, plan to have more next year.
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