Aquilegia discolor

DWARF SPANISH COLUMBINE

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Aquilegia discolor
DWARF SPANISH COLUMBINE

Large flowers of rich blue and white, on a dwarf plant. Blooms prolifically from spring into summer. Compact clump of pretty, grey-green scalloped foliage. Hardy, evergreen perennial. Frost and heat hardy. Tolerates some dry once established. Shade to ½ Shade to Sun. Approx. 15cm H x 25cm W.
(Syn A. pyrenaica ssp. var. discolor)

SEED SOWING ADVICE:

Sow any time indoors in punnets, or scatter directly in garden in autumn and winter.

Aquilegias germinate easily in the garden after winter chilling.

Indoors for early plants: Sow on surface of good quality seed raising mix. Barely cover seeds with mix to a maximum of their own diameter. Seeds need light to germinate.

Keep moist, at 15- 20C. If no germination in 4 weeks, wrap punnet in cling-wrap and keep in fridge (not freezer) for 4-6 weeks. Return to 15-20C for germination. Seedlings may begin emerging as soon as 10 days. But do not discard punnet as seeds will continue to germinate for up to 30-90 days.

20 seeds per pack