Aquilegia vulgaris


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Related to Aquilegia vulgaris: Cheiranthus allionii
  • noun

Synonyms for Aquilegia vulgaris

common European columbine having variously colored (white or blue to purple or red) short-spurred flowers

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What makes aquilegias interesting is the promiscuous sex life of the most popular garden kinds, which are all offspring of Aquilegia vulgaris, nicknamed granny's bonnet.
The enthusiasts' catalogue contains too many good plants to list but I have to mention a new double Aquilegia vulgaris 'Tower Series' with its pink and blue flowers.
In fact, aquilegia vulgaris, commonly known as Granny's bonnet, is a British native, growing wild on chalky grassland and woodland edges.
Aquilegia vulgaris varieties are reliable and offer flower colours from deep violet to pink and white.