Columbine Rocky Mountain Blue

Columbine Rocky Mountain Blue - Seeds & Bulbs

Rocky Mountain Blue
(Aquilegea caerulea)

Rocky Mountain Blue Columbine is the state flower of Colorado. It makes a great addition to your perennial bed. Along with the beautiful blue and white spurred blossoms, the foliage has a finely textured, lacy appearance, looking somewhat like a maidenhair fern. Blooms well in sun or light shade. Used in rock gardens, borders, and as a cut flower. North America Native Wildflower.

Average Count: 75 Seeds

Flower Type: Perennial
Bloom Time: Spring to Early Summer
Height: 12" to 24" tall
Exposure: Sun or Shade

When to Sow Outside: Early Spring - 3 to 4 weeks before last frost is best. Plant as late as 2 months before first fall frost.
When to Sow Inside: 6 weeks before last frost.
Seed Depth: Surface (requires light to germinate)
Seed Spacing: 1"
Days to Emerge: 5 - 10
Thinning: When 1 - 2 inches tall thin to 1 - 2 feet apart.

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