• Columbine Clementine Blue

    Columbine Clementine Blue

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Clementine Mix

    Columbine Clementine Mix

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Clementine Salmon Rose

    Columbine Clementine Salmon Rose

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Clementine White

    Columbine Clementine White

    Just for fun, plant this lovely Columbine at the base of your Clematis and see how many of your gardening friends ask where you found the delightful little herbaceous Clematis! These brightly colored, very abundant blooms look for all the world like Clematis, but the plant is pure Columbine. A delight for garden, container, and vase, Clementine should not be missed!The flowers are just 1 to 1 1/2 inch wide, but they arise so heavily on these compact plants that you'll have plenty for cutting and for garden enjoyment, too. The butterflies love them, and they are so profuse that…

  • Columbine Double Pleat Blackberry™

    Columbine Double Pleat Blackberry™

    It's impossible to do these incredible flowers justice with a photograph and words -- you're simply going to have to grow them for yourself! Layers and layers of rich violet petals edged in white dangle from sturdy stems in late spring and early summer, luring in hummingbirds and compliments on a daily basis. Starred with a golden center, these are the most magnificently beautiful and distinctive flowers you will find anywhere!These double-flowered blooms are held in the "hose-in-hose" form that gives Columbine its common name of Granny's Bonnet (as opposed to thealso uniquely lovely but very different!). Absolutely breathtaking, they…

  • Columbine Origami Mix

    Columbine Origami Mix

    At last, a seed Columbine that blooms the very first year . . . and for many thereafter! Origami Mix is a beautiful blend of 6 colors (4 of them stunning bicolors) that can be sown in spring or fall for same-year bloom -- they need no cold period to start flowering like crazy!Not only is Origami Mix quick, it's exceptionally showy, with HUGE 2- to 3-inch blooms of white, yellow, and 4 combinations with white: blue, red, rose, and pink! The flowers festoon these upright 14- to 16-inch plants in spring (from a fall planting) and late summer to…

  • Columbine Sunshine™

    Columbine Sunshine™

    Welcome to North America, Sunshine™! You've already swept through Europe gathering awards and praise; now it's time to make your home in sunny to partly shaded gardens across the country!These double-flowered golden blooms are breathtaking. They are held in the traditional "spurred" form that gives Columbine its botanical name of Aquilegia (Latin for "eagle" and "gathering" -- the blooms resemble an eagle's mighty talons!). These long spurs extend a full 2 inches beyond the blooms, sized just right for a hummingbird's beak and unlike any other flower shape in the garden!The flowers begin in late spring in most climates and…