Photo of Columbines (Aquilegia): A possible hybrid thereof, but not Aquilegia chrysantha

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Name: Lori
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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Nov 4, 2014 8:36 PM CST
Hi, @Calif_Sue,
Aquilegia chrysantha is characterized by very long spurs. The plant in the photo could only be a possible hybrid, at best, of A. chrysantha, not actually A chrysantha. Can't argue about 'Flore Pleno', needless to say.
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Akkk, I totally forgot to move that one after our conversation back in May! Thanks for the reminder! Thumbs up
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