1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006


Aquilegia canadensis/Aquilegia hybrids

Native columbine (A. canadensis) features nodding yellow and red bi-color blooms in April through early June. Grows 12-24″ in height, and will self-seed somewhat in the garden.

Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Clementine’ mix is a spectacular spurless, double flowering columbine. Flowers open on tall stems over compact foliage in late spring through early summer. Pink, purple, cream, almost black, and deep red. Excellent cut flowers!

Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Black Barlow’ is a fully double, spurless purple-black flowers make a bold and unique display. Incredible paired with small flowers of coral bells and large bright foliage of ‘Sum and Substance’ hosta.

Aquilegia vulgaris ‘William Guiness’ is a selection that produces unusual, small purple-black flowers with white-rimmed inner petals over a low mound of ferny green foliage. Stems grow up to 24′ tall and are excellent for cutting.

Aquilegia alpina features striking true blue flowers are a favorite of hummingbirds. Versatile plants, excellent for cutting, in flower or rock gardens or to naturalize lightly shaded areas. Attractive with ferns, hostas or pulmonaria, or at the base of larger perennials such as baptisia.