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Eastern Red Columbine

Aquilegia canadensis

Description:

Height is 15–90 cm (6–35 in). Leaves are lobed and grouped in 3s, growing from the base and off the flowering stems. Flowers are 1-2 inches long and have yellow petals with a red spur and red sepals. They appear in late spring, nodding on stems above the leaves. The round end of the spur contains nectar, which is sought by butterflies and hummingbirds.

Habitat:

Found in woodland at Redbud Valley Nature Preserve, Catoosa, OK, USA.

1 Species ID Suggestions

LauraPound
LauraPound 8 years ago
Columbine
Aquilegia


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2 Comments

KimLomman
KimLomman 8 years ago

Thanks Laura.

LauraPound
LauraPound 8 years ago

Lovely shots. :)

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Spotted on May 8, 2013
Submitted on May 9, 2013

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