Aquilegia McKana’s Giant Mix

Aquilegia (Columbine)   ack-will-LEE-jah

McKana’s Giant Mix:  The McKana’s Giant Columbine Mix is loaded with nodding, bi-colored flowers that bloom over delicate fern-like foliage. Expect vibrant color combinations and visits from pollinators in late spring to early summer from these easy to grow plants. Foliage remains lush and healthy throughout the season even after flowers fade. Deer and rabbit resistant. Loved by all pollinators!

Full Sun to Part Shade

Height: 20-30″/Spread: 12-16″

Late Spring to Summer

Size Available: 1 Gal


Aquilegia (Columbine)   ack-will-LEE-jah

The perennial columbine (Aquilegia), aka granny’s bonnet, displaybell-shaped, spurred flowers ranging in color from light pastels to bright reds, yellows, oranges, purples and bi-colors from midspring to early summer. Once started, columbine propagates for years and although they are perennials, they also multiply rapidly by self-seeding. There are more than 70 species, including several native North American varieties. Most columbine blooms from mid-spring to early summer. Columbine flowers attract butterflies, bees, moths and hummingbirds. The leaves have a lacy appearance and although they look delicate, columbine is hardy and resilient. Columbine is deer-resistant and drought tolerant, too.