Columbine (Aquilegia Caerulea Blue Dream) - These perennials are vigorous performers, and they easily establish from Columbine seeds. This Blue Dream Columbine has a large sky blue flower with white corolla. It's a long bloomer and will add a dreamy charm to any flower border or container.
Columbine (Aquilegia Caerulea Blue Star) - Start enough Columbine seeds for both your garden and a friend's garden! Aquilegia Caerulea Blue Star is highly attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies, and these easy-to-grow Columbines are a wonderful addition to the summer border.
Columbine (Aquilegia Caerulea Crimson Star) - Columbines are easy to establish from flower seeds, and they explode into brilliant color in late spring. This Aquilegia Caerulea Crimson Star features clear, bright, crimson colored, 4 inch flowers with white corollas and a tuft of yellow stamens.
Columbine (Aquilegia Caerulea Crystal Star) - Columbine seeds are so rewarding to grow and give your garden spring color. This Aquilegia Caerulea Crystal Star is marked by lovely long spurred white blossoms. Aquilegia is one of the most valuable, hardy perennials, grown for its attractive foliage and pretty, spurred flowers, which are unequaled for their grace and color.
Columbine (Aquilegia Canadensis Eastern Red Columbine) - Start Columbine seeds to grow this great perennial that blooms early in the season. Native to much of the United States, Eastern Red Columbine is a charming plant with attractive foliage and showy flowers. Establishing from Columbine flower seeds, this plant grows up to 24 - 36 inches tall, with blue-green leaves growing at the base and along the stems.
Columbine (Aquilegia Vulgaris Nora Barlow Pink) - Grow this popular perennial from Columbine seed, and enjoy this unique variety with its long-lasting blooms. Aquilegia Vulgaris Nora Barlow is marked by spurless, fully double pink blooms which look like small dahlias.