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Red Columbine

Aquilegia canadensis

Description:

Buttercup Family (Ranunculaceae). Red columbine is a perennial herb that has short-lived fibrous roots and a vertical underground stem. This plant blooms from March to July and sets fruit in mid to late summer (June to August).

Habitat:

Red columbine is found in dry to mesic or even low woods. It can also be found on wooded to open rocky hillsides, bluffs, calcareous cliffs, outcrops, ledges, banks, beach ridges, gravelly shorelines, roadsides, quarries, and peat bogs.

Notes:

Red Columbine is native to eastern and central North America and is found from Nova Scotia to Saskatchewan, south to northern Florida, western Oklahoma and eastern Texas. Red columbine is endangered in Florida.

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marylou.wildlife
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marylou.wildlife

Maryland, USA

Spotted on May 9, 2015
Submitted on Jun 22, 2015

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