Answer: Hang in there! I think your seeds just need a little chilling. Place seeds on the surface of moistened medium in a small flat, then put the flat in a plastic bag in your fridge for 2-3 weeks. Remove the bag and sink the whole flat into soil in a shady spot, and cover the flat with a sheet of glass. Transplant the seedlings when they come up. Since columbine often self-seed very well, you can simplify this process by tossing the seeds in the flower bed in fall, and some should sprout next spring. Good luck!
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