An attractive garden and cut flower variety of Aquilegia with two-tone red and white (sometimes pale pink or yellow) flowers in early summer from May to July. The plants grow a neat mound of leaves followed by flowers up to a height of about 60cm. Great for the garden, for containers and a good cut flower.
Aquilegias grow best in sun to part shade and most soils. They are drought tolerant once established and attract pollinators into the garden. They self-seed once established.
Pack of approx 200 seeds. Sow in spring for first year flowering and summer/autumn for next year flowering. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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