‘Origami’ Mix ColumbineAquilegia 14-18" tall. Delightful little stacks of round-lobed leaves emerge in early spring when not much else is green. Soon after, magical jewel-like blossoms dance above the foliage. The elegant slender spurs are filled with nectar irresistible to pollinating hummingbirds.
Origami is a mix of upward-facing giant flowers sporting long spurs in a bright bold assortment of colors, including bicolors. Excellent for cutting. Blooms from late May to early June.
Plant 12-18" apart in light moist well-drained soil. Dappled shade guarantees the best flower color. Z3. (bare-root crowns)
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