Aquilega candensis, also called Columbine, is a striking native plants with bright intricate red and yellow flowers. The genus name “Aquilegia” comes from the Latin “aquila” which means “eagle” and refers to the spurred petals that many believe resemble an eagle’s talons. These spurs also hold nectar which provides amino acids needed by hummingbirds, hawkmoths, and bumble bees. …
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