Columbine Flowers Mix (Aquilegia caerulea)
- Easily done indoors from February. Growing-pots can be transplanted outdoors from March to June.
- Place the seeds on suitable substrate, lightly press and only lightly cover with soil or not at all. (light germinator)
- Seeds will germinate at temperatures of 18-20° C after approx. 20-35 days.
- Substrate should be kept slightly moist. Clear foil or a thin glass cover will protect against drying out.
- Seedlings require a lot of light, however no direct sunlight.
- Direct seeding: outdoors possible from April until the end of May.
This variety originates from North America where it is mainly found in the Rocky Mountains. Today about 120 species are common to the Aquilegia genus, all of which are native to the northern hemisphere. Although it is delicate in appearance, the Aquilegia is very robust and is suitable for both full sun and shaded locations.
This easy to care for plant, which provides lovely flowers for wild flower bouquets, is also ideal for small gardens or as a pot plant on a terrace or balcony. It is absolutely winter hardy and will reliably self-sow for years to come. This tussock-forming species reaches a height of 60-80 centimeters and a width of 25-30 centimeters.
This is a natural product. Therefore, we do not guarantee a sprout or germ for seeds since the conditions under which sowing by the customer is made can not be assessed or influenced by us.
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