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I have no Columbines in my garden right now and I don't know why - they are romantic and beautiful. Aquilegia caerulea “Rocky Mountain Columbine”

Aquilegia canadensis --- Wild columbine. Long-blooming nectar source for migrating hummingbirds. Likes a poor soil; grows 2-3ft. by 1-1.5 ft. (Look for 'Little Lanterns' which stays under 10".) One of the few flowers that will grow under pines.

Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us. [Romans 5:5] (Aquilegia Nora Barlow!)

Aquilegia caerulea ‘Krystal’, large flowers for a Columbine. Along with A. chrysantha, it’s also the longest blooming – until mid-Summer. Cut back to a few inches tall when it’s done & it very often blooms again in Fall. Healthy, long-lived & fragrant. To 3’ x 2’. Rich soil is best. Zones 3-10

Aquilegia Ruby Port. Found this the other day, didn't purchase it, wasn't as impressive as I'd hoped for.