These famous Columbine flowers were bred by combining both the North American native columbines with others from abroad. Many people think columbines are the loveliest flowers of all, and they are certainly important in the wildflower world.
Columbine Seeds Mixed
Columbines are a favorite flower for hummingbirds, and are excellent additions to the rock garden, or as a native woodland planting. They tend to cross-pollinate, hybridize, and self seed freely, creating new strains and colors.
Outsidepride Columbine Blue Star 1000 Seeds
This Columbine has white petals which are framed by a layer of blue sepals, creating a star effect. Remarkably beautiful. A superb domesticated wildflower for the shady garden, in spring to early summer. Very special for its fancy-lobed, dusky blue-green leaves and unusual, spurred flowers.
Outsidepride Columbine Mix 1000 Seeds
This mix has large 4 inch blooms in shades of red, blue and yellow. The bloom season is late spring through the first of summer, and after the blooms are spent, cut the plant back, and the foliage still adds and attractive ground cover. Columbines prefer full sun to partial shade and rich well-drained soil.