Aquilegia, Columbine, ‘Rocky Mountain’

Aquilegia caerulea
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Aquilegia caerulea, commonly called Rocky Mountain columbine, is a bushy, clump-forming perennial which occurs in the U.S. Rocky Mountains. In cultivation, it typically grows 1.5-2′ tall and features large, upward-facing, bicolored flowers (to 3″ across) with 5 pale to sky blue sepals and 5 white petals with backward-extending, straight and slender blue spurs (to 2″ long). Blooms in spring. Almost fern-like, medium green leaves with lobed and deeply-cleft leaflets. State flower of Colorado.

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