Aquilegia Buergeriana calimero

Aquilegia Buergeriana calimero

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Description

New to our catalogue for 2021

Purple wine-red petals and soft-yellow tubed-shaped corolla. Compact habit which is perfect for the alpine garden or container.

Flowering: Spring-Summer

Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height: 20cm

Spread: 10cm

Further information:

In the autumn cut this plant down to the ground. In spring it will produce lots of fresh young growth followed by plenty of flower buds.

Common Name: Columbine blackcurrent ice

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Ranunculaceae

Foliage: 3 lobed / lacerate

Basic Colour: ( Purple )

Flower Colour: Purple / yellow

Natural Flowering: May – June

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 20cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained

Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / cottage garden / border / rock garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant / semi shade

Pruning: Cut back in autumn

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: Asia

Additional information

Weight 100 g
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Description

New to our catalogue for 2021

Purple wine-red petals and soft-yellow tubed-shaped corolla. Compact habit which is perfect for the alpine garden or container.

Flowering: Spring-Summer

Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height: 20cm

Spread: 10cm

Further information:

In the autumn cut this plant down to the ground. In spring it will produce lots of fresh young growth followed by plenty of flower buds.

Common Name: Columbine blackcurrent ice

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Ranunculaceae

Foliage: 3 lobed / lacerate

Basic Colour: ( Purple )

Flower Colour: Purple / yellow

Natural Flowering: May – June

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 20cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained

Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / cottage garden / border / rock garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant / semi shade

Pruning: Cut back in autumn

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: Asia

Additional information

Weight 100 g
Climate

Flower Colour

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Flowering season

Height

Planting area

Position

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28 reviews for Aquilegia Buergeriana calimero

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4.7
Based on 28 reviews
  1. Pamela (verified owner)

    Good root system, hope it flowers next spring

  2. Lena Lawrence (verified owner)

    Havn’t actually seen this lovely little and unusual Aquilegia in flower yet, but can’t wait. It’s still settling in and has unopened flowers. Not at all invasive. and an unusual colour combo. Arrived speedily once it was dispatched and was very healthy. Would recommend D’Arcy & Everest

  3. karen (verified owner)

  4. Gillian (verified owner)

    Quality, healthy plant

  5. Fiona W. (verified owner)

    Well packaged and healthy plant.

  6. Hazel M. (verified owner)

    Plant fine coming into flower

  7. Brian (verified owner)

  8. Mrs W P. (verified owner)

    As pictured, in flower, looked nice and healthy

  9. Lynne Kelsey

  10. Susan Kirkup (verified owner)

  11. Michele Wynne-Davies (verified owner)

    Early days but it seems happy planted in rockery

  12. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Obviously quite small as yet but healthy

  13. Stephen FOSTER (verified owner)

  14. Mandy L. (verified owner)

  15. CHRISTINE (verified owner)

  16. Caroline F. (verified owner)

    Excellent and friendly service. Ordered plants for destinations in Scotland and England. All arrived in perfect condition and are growing strongly. Packaging all recyclable and good advice for plant care. Highly recommend and will buy again from this nursery.

  17. Anonymous (verified owner)

  18. John Dower (verified owner)

  19. Miroslaw Ugorny (verified owner)

    Excellent, great communication and care.

  20. Lynne Kelsey (verified owner)

  21. Eleanor W. (verified owner)

    It’s a great plant, vigorous & healthy . 4 is only because it is not going to flower for 6 months . The plants were packaged so well & arrived quickly from order date.

  22. John M. (verified owner)

  23. P DAMICO (verified owner)

  24. Mellie Lewis (verified owner)

    Nice plant, I can’t wait for mine to flower, what’s not to like!

  25. Mark Parr (verified owner)

  26. James Hale (verified owner)

    In flower and feels a study plant

  27. Joan Cooper (verified owner)

    Good condition

  28. Terry Gale (verified owner)

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