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Aquilegia canadensis

Exposure: Sun-partial-shade

Soil: Dry-medium

Height: 2'

Bloom: May-June

Attracts: Insects and Birds
Bumblebees and the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird visit the flowers for nectar; bumblebees may also collect pollen for their larvae. The larvae of various insects feed on Wild Columbine, including those of Erynnis lucilius (Columbine Duskywing), Papaipema leucostigma (Borer Moth sp.), Pristophora aquiligae (Columbine Sawfly), and several Phytomyza spp. (Leaf Miner Flies).

3 half-pint plugs