Is the unimproved sort of blue-violet, sometimes pink and white flowers. Its origins are in Central Europe and Siberia. V is robust, long-lived and self-sowing, about 70 cm tall. One portion contains about 200 seeds.
|Latin name:||Aquilegia vulgaris|
|Botanic family:||The Buttercup Family - Ranunculaceae|
SowingSow directly ½-1 cm deep in autumn or early in spring in a hot-bed. Seeds germinate slowly and unevenly.
SpacingKeep 20-30 cm between plants.
One portion contains about 200 seeds.