|Santa Margarita, CA|
|One Gallon||0||$ 9.99|
|Plants in production|
Western Columbine, is similar to Aquilegia eximia but with a wider range, smaller flowers and more delicate- looking foliage. We've seen this species in the Sierra Nevada and in our own coastal mountains. Many times this species grows in the creeks with water surrounding it or on a north slope in rocky seeps.
Columbine is easy to grow; just water and prune flower stalks to the ground once a year in early spring. The columbines attract hummingbirds, and are deer proof in many areas of California.
A small perennial for that shady north side of the house that stays a little moist.
Aquilegia formosa tolerates clay, serpentine, no drainage and seasonal flooding.
Aquilegia formosa is great for a bird garden.
Aquilegia formosa's foliage color is reddish-green and type is stressdeciduous.
Aquilegia formosa's flower color is red.
Communities for Aquilegia formosa:Chaparral, Mixed-evergreen Forest and Riparian (rivers & creeks).
|ph:||4.00 to 8.00|
|usda:||7 to 10|
|height[m]:||0.10 to 0.50|
|width[m]:||0.20 to 0.50|
|rainfall[cm]:||100.00 to 400.00|
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