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Aquilegia or Columbine for Macro Saturday



Aquilegia or Columbine is a delicate and airy flower in the garden.  This one is pale pink.  I have a white one and also a purple which have not bloomed yet.


These plants are easy to grow in just about any soil.  They even tolerate dry conditions which makes them perfect for the Sandbox.  The plant does reseed so next year you will more.  For more macro photos visit here.    

Valerie

Comments

Hi, I love the lavender colored columbine. They are just starting to bloom in my garden, but the caterpillars have been busy eating the leaves. Have a wonderful day tomorrow. Jennifer
A delicate and beautifully shaped flower! Love the soft colour! great photos!
Lori E said…
I find these to be so interesting. All the little compartments sometimes with different colors in the middle.
maiaT said…
They are very beautiful indeed and this one has a wonderful color.
Thanks for sharing your lovely macros on Macro Flowers Saturday.
Have a great weekend!
Crafty Gardener said…
I love columbine, have both the wild and cultivated varities in my garden. You are right about the new plants popping up all over the place. I usually transplant them into a bigger clump for the following year.
Kyna said…
I love columbine. It doesn't seem to last very long here, as spring passes by in the blink of an eye, and it's sweltering lol. I have a pink and white one, and a creamy coloured one in my garden. Yours are very pretty! :)
beautiful images, well done, thank you for sharing. Wishing you happiness, Katherine
Tootsie said…
absolutely stunning!!!
Manang Kim said…
My first time to see columbine flower and it's beautiful. Happy weekend.

With Yellow
Carolyn Ford said…
What a beautiful color. Very nice captures of a most exquisite flower.
Daniela said…
Lovely shots :)
Shelle said…
what lovely flowers...and a beautiful colour...sometimes it's hard to get a good photo of the flowers that stoop so low.

Blogger is not letting me comment thru wordpress, here is the link to my blog.
I love taking photos of the columbines too. Yours are lovely.

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