AQUILEGIA ALPINA ALBA
Disproportionately-large, pure white flowers appear in profusion on numerous stems in late spring on this scarce form of this vigorous plant. These plants are quite promiscuous, and assisted by bees, will happily hybridise with any other aquilegias growing in the vicinity.
SOW FINELY AND EVENLY. COVER THINLY WITH COMPOST OR GRIT. GERMINATE IN GENTLE HEAT OR IN A WARM BRIGHT SPOT OUTSIDE. GROW-ON INDIVIDUAL SEEDLINGS IN 3 INCH POTS BEFORE PLANTING OUT.
Common name:Columbine, Granny's bonnet