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    • Aquilegia 'Bluebird' (Songbird Series)

      'Bluebird' is an upright perennial with divided, grey-green leaves and slightly nodding flowers with spreading, dark-tipped, light blue sepals and white petals with straight, blue spurs

    • Aquilegia 'Chaffinch' (Songbird Series)

      'Chaffinch' is an upright perennial with attractive, divided leaves and nodding flowers. They have light, rose-pink sepals, soft-yellow petals and slightlyspreading, rose-pink spurs

    • Aquilegia 'Bunting' (Songbird Series)

      'Bunting' is a perennial with grey-green, divided foliage and flowers with spreading pale blue sepals and white petals with blue spurs

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  • Aquilegia downy mildew / RHS Gardening

    Aquilegia downy mildew is a fungus-like organism that initially causes yellowing of leaves and purple blotching on the flowering stalk...Aquilegia downy mildew is a disease caused by Peronospora aquilegiicola , which is a fungus-like organism...Outbreaks of Aquilegia downy mildew in UK gardens began to be reported to RHS Gardening Advice in 2013, and in 2016 Defra decided that no statutory action would be taken against the disease

  • Aquilegia gall midge / RHS Gardening

    Aquilegia gall midge causes distortion to the flower buds of aquilegia and can reduce its ability to produce healthy flowers

  • Aquilegia sawfly / RHS Gardening

    Aquilegia sawfly larvae feed in large groups sand can defoliate aquilegia plants quickly

  • Aquilegia / RHS Gardening

    Aquilegia are quintessential cottage garden favourites often known as grannys bonnet or columbine...Some of the species, such as Aquilegia canadensis like cooler semi-shaded conditions near trees and shrubs while alpine species like Aquilegia laramiensis from the mountains of North America want an open, free-draining spot...Aquilegia can also be picked as cut flowers when they appear in the garden

  • Unique new variegated columbine (aquilegia) from Plant World Seeds / RHS Gardening

    Some of the prettiest columbines ( Aquilegia species) are those with variegated foliage...Silver Edge? is a neat and compact Aquilegia flabellata with the usual rich green, slightly blue-tinted lobed leaves but in this case they dissolve into creamy white speckles towards the edges and then to a creamy margin...You can order Aquilegia cultivars ?Silver Edge? , ?Pale Face? and ?Green Apples? from Plant World Seeds

  • How to grow aquilegias / RHS Gardening

    Everything you need to know about choosing the right aquilegia for you

  • See The Royal Bank of Canada Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 / RHS Gardening

    Ferns, aquilegia and Amsonia combine to create a delicate woodland planting scheme

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