Aquilegia canadensis Corbett (Corbett Wild Columbine) A selection, or nativar, of the Wild Columbine native to Wisconsin and Illinois this little beauty produces a profuse show of butter-yellow, lantern-shaped flowers from April to May. Its short stature, delicate color and mid-spring bloom time make it an ideal companion for spring bulbs! It was spotted by Lawrence Clemens who asked that it be named after the Corbett Historic District near Monkton in Baltimore County, Maryland.
Part of the Northern Sunset brand, it prefers morning sun.
(Image courtesy of Jelitto Staudensamen)