March 16, 2017 Chelsea Quimby

In spring vibrant, showy flowers soar atop lacy green foliage. Aquilegias are from the northern hemisphere and can be found growing wild in meadows and woodlands. The genus Aquilegia is derived from the Latin word for eagle because of the flowers unique spurred petals.    

Botanical Name: Aquilegia x ‘Origami’
Height: 14-16″
Width: 12″
Exposure: Full Sun, Part Sun
Performance: Perennial
Bloom: Blue & White, Red & White, Rose & White, & Solid White: Pictured (April-May)

Botanical Name: Aquilegia x ‘Winky’
Height: 12-14″
Width: 10-12″
Exposure: Part Sun
Performance: Perennial
Bloom: Red & White, Mix
Double Flowers!

Botanical Name: Aquilegia chrysantha ‘Hinckleyana’
Height: 18-36″
Width: 24″
Exposure: Part Sun, Shade
Performance: Perennial
Bloom: Yellow (April-May)
Texas Native!

Botanical Name: Aquilegia canadensis ‘Pink Lanterns’
Height: 12-24″
Width: 10″
Exposure: Full Sun, Part Sun, Shade
Performance: Perennial
Bloom: Pink & White (April-May)