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Wildflowers - Columbine Seeds

Columbines are just in a category of their own. The 5 tubular flowers are not only attractive to people, but hummingbirds, and honeybees are also attracted to the sweet nectar in the flowers. Columbine seeds can be a little temperamental to sprout, but once they are started, they are pretty easy to keep growing. They form a clump of delicate green foliage near the ground, and when they get big enough, they send up tall, hollow flower stalks. The plants are fragile, and may need staking or protection from trampling, as they can easily be broken down by the elements. Columbines like some shade, but are adaptable, and can also grow in full sun, as well as a woodland setting.
  • Dwarf Columbine Seed Mix Aquilegia vulgaris Quick View

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Columbines are just in a category of their own. The 5 tubular flowers are not only attractive to people, but hummingbirds, and honeybees are also attracted to the sweet nectar in the flowers. Columbine seeds can be a little temperamental to sprout, but once they are started, they are pretty easy to keep growing. They form a clump of delicate green foliage near the ground, and when they get big enough, they send up tall, hollow flower stalks. The plants are fragile, and may need staking or protection from trampling, as they can easily be broken down by the elements. Columbines like some shade, but are adaptable, and can also grow in full sun, as well as a woodland setting.