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This flower is very interesting to me. I wish the name was there.I saw these flowers in the nursery this Spring and loved them. I bought a plant and it's doing beautifully.The name I have is Aquilegia x origami from the Columbine family.Is this the popular name?
23/Aug/11 12:17 AM
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I think Columbine is the common name. It is beautiful. And it is hard to grow in warmer climates.
23/Aug/11 12:21 AM
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Kathy. I was pretty sure it wasn't the long name that I had.Columbine seems a lot more like it.
23/Aug/11 1:18 AM
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jacalmi the long name you have is the scientific name. The 'x' suggests that it is a hybrid. It's nice to finally disassociate the name 'Columbine' from the high school where those shootings occurred.
23/Aug/11 1:25 AM
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And very pretty it is!!
23/Aug/11 9:31 AM
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Gorgeous Columbine!! Columbine is the common end, Aquilegia is the Formal name! They belong to the Ranunculaceae family. Aquilegia comes from the Latin word aquila - eagle, because its petals look a bit like an eagle's talon.
There are quite a few different varieties: Aquilegia vulgaris, More...
23/Aug/11 12:21 PM
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Common end!!!!??? I meant common name!!!!!!!!!!!
23/Aug/11 12:22 PM
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