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warriorswisdomkathy wrote: Did ya save any seed from the other two? Could plant your planter up this spring and then sprinkle some seed in and see if you get some babies.
Just to let ya know....My state flower (COLORADO)..happens to be Aquilegia carulea, the blue form of columbine. They grow wild all over the Mountains here. They are very hardy, it might be considered about a z3, tho not sure but they grow up to 10-12,000ft. I am here at 6800ft just east of the Rocky Mountains about 60 miles, and mine bloom all summer when deadheaded. They just bloom and bloom and bloom.
Are any of yours the newer varieties that are fragrant? They are yummy. Kathy