Aquilegia Biedermeier Mix Description
Columbine, also known as Aquilegia, is an old fashioned favorite that has come a long way with this shorter form packed with tons of flowers! Nodding blooms rise above the foliage on short sturdy stems. Enjoy an array of colors ranging from red, pink, blue & white blooms with curved spurs in the back. Biedermeier mix is Only 12" tall, it delights in full sun to partial shade. Colors vary but all are beautiful!
Cut flowers looking charming in spring bouquets
Garden Design: Columbine is perfect for the perennial, cottage or woodland garden. Intersperse them in between emerging hostas or low growing ground covers. Plant with spring blooming shrubs such as fothergilla. Other good spring blooming companions include: Phlox subulata, Tiarella, or of course, tulips and daffodils.
Care: Break off dried seedpods and shake the seeds where you would like new plants to grow. To avoid direct seeding, deadhead the plants before they go to seed. Renew the plant by cutting to the ground after flowering.
Features: Blooms First Year, Cold Hardy, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Easy Care, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Moisture Tolerant, Pest Resistant
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12-18" X 12-18"
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Accent, Alpine, Rock, Container Gardening, Border, Cottage Gardening, Ground Cover, Massing, Naturalizing, Small Spaces, Under planting, Waterside, Wildflower and Woodland
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Soil: Plant in moist, well drained soil. Thrives in a wide range of soil types
Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Water: Average to Moist
Space: 12-16 inches
Fertilizing: Seldom needs fertilizing if soil is good to average
Winterizing: No special care needed.
Maintenance: Remove flower stems to encourage new blooms.
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