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Aquilegia ‘McKana Hybrids’ (Columbine). Vigorous but short-lived, erect perennials with 3-ternate, mid-green leaves divided into leaflets. From late spring to midsummer, they produce terminal, leafy racemes of 3-15 upright and pendent flowers with very long spurs, to 10cm long. The flowers are self-coloured or bi-coloured in shades of blue, yellow, white and red.
Grow in sun or semi-shade in fertile, well drained soil. Cut back after flowering.
Grown for their ornamental flowers and graceful leaves. Suitable for borders and containers. Also for cut flowers.