Aquilegia formosa

Aquilegia formosa




  • Herbaceous perennial (up to 9 feet tall)
  • Produces clusters of white flowers that turn into small dark berries before dying back and disappearing completely in the fall
  • Dramatic addition to a wet garden
  • Found in Bay hills and Diablo sections, also reported in Hamilton section
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El Sobrante, Mt. Diablo upper


1 gallon

bloom season Apr
bloom season Aug
pollinators Birds
habitat Chaparral
growth habit Clumping
habitat Coastal scrub
sun Full Shade
soil Good
pollinators Hummingbirds
bloom season Jul
bloom season Jun
bloom season May
water Mod
soil Moderate
sun Part Shade
soil Poor
flower color Red
habitat Riparian
soil Well-drained
dormancy winter

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