Spurless blossoms are mostly pink, with a few purples and whites. A better landscape plant than Mrs. Eliot or McKana Giants because its leaves remain green through the whole season. 2½'. Perennial, Zones 3-10. ③
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Perennial, Zones 3-10. Columbines are an essential part of the cottage garden or border. Their delightful flowers in mixed colors bloom in spring and dance above attractive lobed leaves. Easy to grow, likes moist well-drained soil, sun or partial shade. Need light to germinate; take 3–4 weeks. ~600 seeds/g.
All flowers are open-pollinated except where noted.
Days in parentheses after a variety indicate days to first bloom.
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