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    Columbine Plants For the Southwest



    Below are Naturehills Columbine flowering plants for home and landscaping in the southwest.

    Columbine Plants or Aquilegia hybrids



    This bedding plant grows to about 3 feet tall and has blue green leaves. It loves full sun to partial shade. It thrives in almost any type of soil. Too much water will shorten their life span they can reseed themselves. Columbime plants are low maintenance and easy care plants that provide color from early summer to late fall.

    Fertilize once in early spring, summer and fall. We recommend using PETERS ALL PURPOSE 5LB plant food. Why because it works. You can purchase this product at Color Your World Nurseries located in Las Cruces New Mexico, during the spring and fall seasons or click on the plant photos below for further information. columbineplants
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    Biedermeier Columbine

    Scientific Name: Aquilegia 'Biedermeier'
    Zone: '3 - 9'
    Sun: Partial Sun

    "The Columbine 'Aquilegia Biedermeier ColumbineŻ, also known as Aquilegia ęBiedermeier', is a beautiful, easy to grow spring blooming perennial. The b... more


    Denver Gold Columbine

    Scientific Name: Aquilegia chrysantha
    Zone: '3 - 9'
    Sun: Partial Sun

    "The Columbine 'Denver Gold', Aquilegia chrysantha, has large, very showy, yellow flowers that can measure over 3"" across. The fragrant flowers refle... more

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    Water Requirements: Water Reguarly
    Sun: Shade to partial sun
    Zones: USDA 5-9
    Blooming season: Mid Spring to early summer
    Maintenance: Low - Perennial in the Southwest
    Cut down during cold months
    Fertilize: Spring, Summer early fall. Fertilizer-Flowers Vegetables Trees Shrubs



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