Aquilegia caerulea KIRIGAMI Deep Blue - Columbine

Aquilegia caerulea KIRIGAMI™ Deep Blue
Mature Height: 22 to 24 inches
Mature Spread: 16 to 20 inches

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Columbine is a beautiful plant. The uniquely shaped flowers remind me of tiny wind turbines, and this variety is very charming with perfectly segmented white pedals and deep blue/purple colored sepals. In a woodland areas they are simply outstanding as they naturalize in small clumps reminiscent of a fairy tale meadow. 

We like this series because they flower the first year and have upright stems and upward facing flowers. With attractive clover like foliage, columbine also makes an outstanding cut flowers that will last weeks in a vase.

Photo Credit: Walter Gardens

Bloom Color:Shades of blue and purple, with additional white pedals
Bloom Period:Late spring to early summer
Genus & Species:Aquilegia caerulea KIRIGAMI™ Deep Blue
Mature Height:22 to 24 inches
Mature Spread:16 to 20 inches
Plant Spacing:12 to 14 inches
Planting Depth:Crown of plant level with the soil surface
Planting Time:Spring planting
Soil Type:Moist well drained soil - good drainage is important
Sun Exposure:Full sun (6+ hours) to part shade
Zone:4 to 9

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, but like any living thing will require your attention. Please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Aquilegia caerulea KIRIGAMI Deep Blue - Columbine

Aquilegia grows easily in loose average to rich soil. The key for keeping it health is making sure the soil drains easily. Soils that don't drain and hold water will lead to problems with overall plant health. Columbine will grow in full sun to part shade, and benefits from a little shade, especially in the afternoon. In the fall cut back the leaves  near the crown. In the spring remove only dead leaves. In the event there are insect problems on the foliage, particularly leaf miners, cut back the affect foliage and discard it, new growth will quickly replace the old.

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