Aquilegia flowers come in all sorts of shapes, but this is one of the more unusual, looking like a ballerina’s dress made up of several blooms set one inside the other. All in a subtle shade of rose-pink set off by the bluish foliage. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 24 in. 1 litre pot.
Warning: Last few in stock!
|Aspect||Sun or semi-shade|
|Soil type||Any reasonable soil|
|Packing weight||0.75 kg|
Not widely available so it sells well for us - there's something of the cottage garden about the name as well as the plant itself!
Cut back spent flowering stems in mid summer. Otherwise not much else to do.
Aquilegia Dorothy Rose is a hardy perennial with bluish ferny foliage and frilled hose-in-hose pink flowers in spring and summer suitable for sun or semi-shade.