Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata
Clematis-flowered Columbine is part of the Aquilegia genus. Its scientific name is Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata. The botanical name epithet for Clematis-flowered Columbine (vulgaris) means 'common'.
Attracts hummingbirds.1It is a flower and is treated mainly as a perennial, so it grows best over a period of time (3 years and greater). Clematis-flowered Columbine is known for its erect habit and growing to a height of approximately 40.0 cm (1.30 feet). If you would like to attract birds to your garden, consider growing this plant.
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By our calculations*, you should look at sowing Clematis-flowered Columbine about 56 days before your last frost date .
By our calculations*, you should look at planting out Clematis-flowered Columbine about 30 days before your last frost date.
Can be used as a cut flower, but leave some to allow for self seeding or seed collection.
These plants have been known to grow well alongside Clematis-flowered Columbine so consider planting:
These plants will not grow well with Clematis-flowered Columbine so avoid planting these within close proximity:
These problems, diseases and pests are known to affect Clematis-flowered Columbine plants:
Some insects may damage leaves. remove damage by pruning.1
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Popular varieties of Clematis-flowered Columbine
- Nora Barlow
- Ruby Port
- Black Barlow
- Blue Barlow
- Christa Barlow
- White Barlow
- Gisela Powell
- Pink And Purple Shades
- Rose Barlow
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