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Aquilegia 'Nora Barlow' - May 2008

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By Robertr


Aquilegia 'Nora Barlow' - May 2008 (Aquilegia vulgaris (Columbine))

Named for the granddaughter of Charles Darwin, has remarkable multi-layered double flowers formed from pink-red petals tipped in white. Flowers do not have the typical spurs



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OOh, I really like this it's very lovely.

7 Aug, 2008

 

This one is nice and showy but I have found that after a few years it tends to die out in my garden,don't know how you get on with yours.I also have Black Barlow which is another double type.

21 Oct, 2008

 

Oh wow, that's a spectacular flower! I love! I want it!

22 Oct, 2008

 

thanks for this, i have always thought nora barlow was rather insipid, but know seeing your pic i want some.

7 Feb, 2010



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