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Reliable self-seeding perennial. Best in June.
Columbine, Granny's bonnet
Aquilegia genus (Columbine). This is a genus of around 60-70 species of graceful clump-forming short-lived perennials with bell-shaped, spurred, single to double flowers. They generally bloom in late spring and early summer.
Fully to frost hardy. They generally prefer well drained soil in an open, semi-shaded site, but some are more tolerant of deeper shade or full sun. Keep selected forms segregated from others to stop them interbreeding.
Grown for the mainly bell-shaped, spurred flowers in spring and summer. They are suitable for many situations in the garden.