Aquilegia Vulgaris Var. Stellata | Nora Barlow 10 Seeds


Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata Nora Barlow is a herbaceous perennial in the Ranunculaceae family. A native of Europe. One of the most popular perennials for your garden. Named after Charles Darwin's granddaughter. A small mounding plant reaching heights of 3 feet tall & 15" wide. The tricolor flowers are red, pink, & green. They are grown for cut flowers in most places, but Mom grows these in every garden to admire. They are in bloom from Spring through Summer. The birds, bees, & butterflies visit. It prefers to grow best in partial shade but can handle full sun. Zones 3-10 Germination Mix seeds & moistened soil together in a ziplock bag. Write the name on the bag. Place in the refrigerator for 60 days. Sow seeds into a well-drained, sandy compost & cover seeds to their own depth with sand or grit. Place the seed tray in bright light & keep moist. Seeds may germinate slowly. Aquilegia Vulgaris Var. Stellata | Nora Barlow 10 Seeds



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