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Aquilegia is the first perennial of spring. The pretty blooms, in a range of attractive colours, are carried on delicate wiry stems and will quickly naturalise to form a crowd of spring flowers. Aquilegia 'Mrs Scott Elliot's Hybrids' are perfectly suited to cottage garden… More InfoBuy Now
A pretty selection of large bicoloured blooms with unique spurred petals, which give rise to the common name 'Granny's Bonnet'. Aquilegia caerulea 'Mrs Scott-Elliot' flowers from late spring through to midsummer above clumps of elegant, feathery blue-green leaves. The nodding… More InfoBuy Now
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…pastel yellow flowers of Aquilegia caerulea 'Sunshine' have very long, 5cm (2?) spurs, and are produced in profusion from late spring. This hardy and bushy Columbine is stunning when planted in drifts, creating an eye-catching feature. The perennial Aquilegia … More InfoBuy Now
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