Semiaquilegia sp
Semiaquilegia sp

Semiaquilegia sp
A very close cousin to regular Columbine (Aquilegia), differing in that the flowers lack the usual spurs at the back. This is a delightful low plant for edging, in the rock garden or bright woodland. It forms a mound or tuft of finely divided, ferny-looking leaves, bearing upright stems with graceful nodding flowers in shades of deep violet to wine purple during late spring and early summer.

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Date: 31/12/2019

Location: H├Ąglared

Photographer: Sven-Arne Kallin

Semiaquilegia sp

Semiaquilegia sp
A very close cousin to regular Columbine (Aquilegia), differing in that the flowers lack the usual spurs at the back. This is a delightful low plant for edging, in the rock garden or bright woodland. It forms a mound or tuft of finely divided, ferny-looking leaves, bearing upright stems with graceful nodding flowers in shades of deep violet to wine purple during late spring and early summer.

Date: 31/12/2019

Location: H├Ąglared

Photographer: Sven-Arne Kallin