Aquilegia formosa has a longer lifespan than most other columbines here in my garden. Here a bumblebee visits it
Aquilegia formosa, Western Columbine, Anchorage, Alaska 6/24/2008
Aquilegia formosa with a wild species of bee in my garden in June
Aquilegia formosa and Geranium in my garden in June 2012
Aquilegia formosa 'Crimson columbine'
Aquilegia formosa 'Crimson Columbine'
Aquilegia formosa, Leaf detail.
Crimson Columbine in British Columbia, Canada, August 1997
Aquilegia formosa in Seward, Alaska. June 2004.
Just about to open in the morning light
Crimson Columbine in British Columbia, Canada, July 1997
Crimson Columbine in British Columbia, Canada, May 1998
Photo taken May 2008
Photo taken July 2008 'Opal Creek Wilderness area'
Taken in the Eastern Sierras.
Seeds from Weezingreen , a Round Robin I took part in. Winter sowed.
Spring foliage Photo taken April 10, 2009
Growing on the edge of cliff elevation 4,500 feet July 2009
wild in Del Norte
Growing wild near a spring in Humbug Valley, Plumas County, Calfiornia. July 2011. Elevation about 5,000 ft.
Aquilegia formosa in my garden in Austria Tyrol
Aquilegia formosa is one of the columbines with the longest lifespan in my garden. It blooms till early September here