Oriental Columbine Flower
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- Full sun to partial shade is optimal
- Rarely found commercially
This columbine species is rarely found commercially. In the wild, the plum-colored flowers of this perennial columbine thrive in the open meadows of northeast Asia, but they are well-suited for cultivation in beds, borders, and rock gardens. The spring-blooming plants grow 2-3' tall and bear medium-sized flowers with plum petals and strongly hooked spurs. The species prefers moderate to moist soil and full sun or partial shade. Perennial.
Learn to Grow Oriental Columbine Flower
Start Indoors: 6-8 weeks before last frost
Germination: 3-4 weeks
Plant Outdoors: 8-10” Apart
Light: Sun/Partial Shade
Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Columbine prefer well-drained average soil. Water regularly, keeping leaves dry. Remove spent blossoms frequently to prolong blooming.