Aquilegia canadensis (Wild Columbine)
Aquilegia canadensis (Wild Columbine) is a splendiferous addition to any native landscape. It's "upside down" red flowers look, Dr. Seuss like and attract one of the most interesting of the local feathered species, hummingbirds. Pollinators also get a kick out of this early season flower.
- Sun Exposure: shade, part shade, sun
- Soil Conditions Mesic-Dry
- Height 2'-3'
- Flower Color Red/Yellow
- Flower Time April-June
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