Tag Archives: Aquilegia canadensis

05.16.2020 Wild Red Columbine on the Rocks

Sounds like a nice cool summer drink. It’s warm enough for one today after last night’s wind storm blew through here. We were lucky without any noticeable damage but elsewhere in town folks lost power and there is tree damage. … Continue reading

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04.09.2020-2 Say “Hi” to a few of my buds

Yeah, another columbine post so soon. This is current growth though. Most of the columbines I shared the other day grow on some ledges I visit every year for spring ephemerals. That’s where I went on Monday morning hoping to … Continue reading

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03.31.2020 Signs of Spring

When I went looking for flowers the other day, the day of the mushroom, I did find some signs of future flowering. Among the early bloomers are columbine. I am following the lead of some who are posting old images … Continue reading

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04.30.2012 Wild Red Columbine

I usually go to the ledges in Sunderland to find these growing at eye level.  But getting them to sit still is pretty frustrating on a ledge.  I knew these were also growing along the Spillway at Quabbin Park so … Continue reading

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