<i>Aquilegia chrysantha</i><br>Golden Columbine
<i>Aquilegia chrysantha</i><br>Golden Columbine

Aquilegia chrysantha
Golden Columbine

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Butterfly FriendlyDeer ResistantPart ShadeShadeBird Friendly
DESCRIPTION

Golden Columbine
Aquilegia chrysantha

 - Plant listed for information only. Not currently being sold at Garden Centers

Golden Columbine adds a bright pop of color to shady gardens with its lemon-yellow blooms. Sturdy stems rise above the fern-like foliage to show off the large, fragrant flowers. The nectar attracts, hummingbirds, hummingbird moths and butterflies. Removing spent flowers will prompt a second bloom.

BENEFITS
  • Nectar source for hummingbirds, bees, butterflies
  • Attracts hummingbird moths
  • Deer and rabbit resistant
  • Brightens up shady areas with showy blooms
  • Heat tolerant and resistant to mildew
  • Fragrant blooms are perfect for cutting
NATIVE INFO

Native Range

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Interesting Facts

 

Aquilegia is the Latin word for eagle, referring to the petals that were thought to look like an eagle's talons. The common name Columbine comes from the Latin word for dove since Romans thought the inverted flowers looked like five doves.

 

GROWING TIPS

 

Tolerates a wide range of soils except for heavy, poorly drained ones. Prefers rich, moist soils with light to moderate shade. Remove flowering stems after bloom to encourage additional bloom. Keep soils uniformly moist after bloom to prolong attractive foliage appearance. When foliage depreciates, plants may be cut to the ground.

 

Mature Size: 2-4 ft. Tall x 1-2 ft. Wide

Hardiness Zone: 4-9

Sun Exposure: Part Shade to Full Shade

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