Aquilegia vulgaris var. vervaeneana 'Woodside Variegata'
syn. Granny's Bonnet
50 - 60 cm
variety of blue, violet, pink and white shades
June - July
yellow and green variegated
sun - partial shade
well drained, average
acid - neutral - alkaline
Aquilegia is a genus in the family Ranunculaceae. They are hardy plants that prefer fairly moist soil and semi-shade. However, the genus includes a few alpine plants that need full sun and well drained soil.
Seed – sown in January - March.
Seed just barely covered and kept at 20°C (68°F) until germination. If seed hasn‘t germinated in 4 weeks it is can be refrigerated for 2-4 weeks and then moved back to 15 - 20°C (68°F). After germination lower temperatures and plenty of light is needed so the seedlings won‘t become lanky.
A variety with yellow and green variegated leaves and flowers in varied shades of pink, violet, blue and white. It needs well drained soil and sun or partial shade. Self-seeds a little.