From another horti-pal garden, comes this dwarf Aquilegia with bluish-green, fan-shaped, glaucous foliage and large flowers with violet-blue sepals and spurs, and creamy-white petals.
A proud owner of an Award of Garden Merit (RHS).
Because it is garden cultivated, seedlings are bound to be variable; however, even if it happens, all forms are equally delightful. Excellent in front of a flower border, alpine gardens and troughs.
Germination: easy; seeds need to be covered superficially. They germinate best after a short cold-moist stratification period (easily replaced by a GA3 treatment if you are in a hurry).