William Guiness Aquilegia - Columbine seeds
  • William Guiness Aquilegia - Columbine seeds
  • William Guiness Aquilegia - Columbine seeds

William Guiness Aquilegia - Columbine seeds

Aquilegia William Guinness is a cultivar arose at the Guinness estate in Ireland, next to Daphne Shackletons garden, who gave its seed to the National Plant Collection of Aquilegia. Dramatic, for late spring to early summer borders. A hardy glabrous perennial.

A native of western, central and southern Europe, it has also naturalized in North America. The name derives from the Latin aquillia an eagle, referring to the shape of the spurs and their resemblance to talons.

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Description

Aquilegia William Guinness is a cultivar arose at the Guinness estate in Ireland, next to Daphne Shackletons garden, who gave its seed to the National Plant Collection of Aquilegia. Dramatic, for late spring to early summer borders. A hardy glabrous perennial.

A native of western, central and southern Europe, it has also naturalized in North America. The name derives from the Latin aquillia an eagle, referring to the shape of the spurs and their resemblance to talons.

Specifications

Reference
WB-AQU-814653
EAN
5010931078035
Tags
Magpie, Columbine, Columbines, Granny's Bonnet
Brand
World Botanics

Other features

English names
Columbine, Columbines, Granny's Bonnet
Botanic name
Aquilegia vulgaris
Cultivar
William Guinness
Category
Perennial
Planting time
February - June
Flowering period
May - July
Height
75cm
Color
Purple
Contents
± 75 seeds
Collection
World Botanics

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