Rosy pink and white double flowers; delicate, with blue-green foliage that creates an attractive mound. This non-spurred columbine is named after Nora Barlow, the granddaughter of Charles Darwin, a columbine hybridizer. Although Lady Barlow’s own preference was for simple flowers, she grew this columbine in her own garden in England. The flowers are attractive to pollinators, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Removing spent flowers will increase the blooming time.
Size (HT/W): 23 – 27″ / 10 – 12″
Exposure: Part Sun to Full Shade
Bloom Time(s): Late Spring
Soil: Average, Fertile