Aquilegia Dwarf Siberian Columbine

Aquilegia Dwarf Siberian Columbine

Something extra ordinary.

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Not something you see every day, this special plant is a petite yet strong performer with graceful beauty. The large, stunning blooms are lavender blue petals with a white corolla. They open freely through spring and summer and are outward to upward facing and last well. Frost hardy, they can also take our heat. A gorgeous and garden worthy choice for garden edging, pots or rockeries.
Aquilegia sibirica flowers in its second year from seed and is suitable for picking.
Aquilegias are cottage garden essentials with sweet flowers and delightfully lacy, fern like foliage. They make a beautiful foil for the fading spring flowering bulbs - as their fresh foliage begins growing in early spring, when the bulbs are going into senescence.

Aquilegia are suitable for growing in a lightly shaded to morning sun position, but can take full sun in cool climes. You could plant them in borders, as massed plantings, in beds or in containers.

After the initial flowering has finished, you can cut the stems back to the basal foliage and add some fertiliser to encourage more blooms. You can leave the last flowers of the season to form seed heads for future generations of plants, keeping in mind seedlings are unlikely to flower true to type as Aquilegias hybridise easily.

Aquilegias really are a cottage garden essential with sweet flowers and delightful lacy foliage. It is hard to show how really amazing they are, you need to try them for yourself.

Supplied as: Pots
Size: 7.5 cm



Botantical name

Aquilegia sibirica






Spring to Summer


Cool to Mediterranean


Australia wide

Frost hardiness

Fully Hardy


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7.5 cm

Water needs