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  1. What a lovely selection of aqualigia – I particularly like the coral one, does it have a name?

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi – the coral one is canadensis, Special Plants do the seeds

  2. Cathy says:

    Who on earth dreamed up the concept of an aquilegia in all its different colours and frills and spurs?!!! They are all so intricately beautiful, aren’t they?

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Cathy
      I have some wonderful chocolate coloured ones – viridifolia (or something) but they are proving hard to photograph

  3. Love the white one. Is the red and yellow A. canadensis?

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Jason
      Yes its is canadensis grown from seed about 2 years ago and looking very good this year

  4. Claire says:

    Such an intricate flower. I have ‘Black Barlow’ coming out. It has a rather Gothic look to it.

  5. Yvonne Ryan says:

    I had lots in my cottage garden – so pretty – I see a few have escaped into some of my pots so hopefully have at least a few in my tropical garden!

  6. Your first pink Aquilegia is so full of pretty blooms.

  7. Libby says:

    I love aquileias – quite probably my favourite flower. A. canadensis is a good one – I’ve mostly stuck to vulgaris cultivars till now.

  8. The pinky/orangey one is startling.

  9. Rob says:

    Beautiful. I was just talking to the better half about going looking for more of them at the weekend. One of my favourites.

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