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|Species: Aquilegia canadensis|
The flowers of wild columbine are 1.5", red and white, nodding, and lantern-shaped with five spurs.
The leaves of this plant are compound and divided into three lobes. The plants grow to a height of 18".
Habitat & Range
Wild columbine grows in rocky forests in the eastern United States and southeastern Canada.
The flowers of this species bloom between May and June.
It is an herbaceous perennial.
Featured image by James Dake.