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In Season: Aquilegia

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blue/purple Aquilegia 

The charming common name of Granny’s Bonnet is an accurate description of the slim, delicate Aquilegia which, due to the continued interest in UK grown, is having a resurgence in popularity. Its flower is a central bell-shaped bloom surrounded by a ring of petals with a distinctive spur on the back. This spur gave rise to its botanical name, ‘aquila’ is Latin for eagle, as the spurs represent the talons of this predatory bird. 


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