Perfect in cottage gardens!
Semi-double blooms, 'frilled and pleated' liked a Victorian petticoat, sit above compact, bushy foliage. Gorgeous delicate flowers, ideal for 'cottage gardens'.
Performing best in dappled sun to partial shade, Aquilegia prefers evenly moist, nutrient-rich soil with good drainage. It will readily cross-pollinate with other columbine and self-sow if allowed to go to seed, which is considered an advantage by some gardeners. However, faded flowers should be removed promptly if new plants are not desired. An ideal choice for woodland plantings and mixed borders, its unique blooms also make outstanding, long-lasting cut flowers.
Genus - Aquilegia
Species - vulgaris
Variety - Petticoat Pink
Common name - Columbine
Pre-Treatment - Not-required
Hardiness zones - 4 - 9
Height - 0,60 m
Spread - 0,40 m
Plant type - Perennial flower
Exposure - Full Sun, Partial Sun
Growth rate - Medium
Soil PH - Acid, Neutral, alkaline
Soil type - Loose, chalky, homous, clay, loam, Sand
Water requirements - Average, drought tolerant
Landscape uses - Rockeries, pots, dried floristics, cuttings
Bloom season - May - July
Leaf / Flower color - Green / Pink - white bicolor
Sow in pots inside from February to June or directly into soil from April to June.
Cover with soil lightly, press and keep moist.
The best to germinate at +18-+20C. Germinates in 20-35 days but can be irregular.
Do not sow it too narrow and it doesn't tolerate waterlogging.
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