Aquilegia vulgaris 'Carol Ann'
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Beautiful light green foliage that just begs to be touched. It gathers droplets of dew in the morning which creates a lovely effect, and it was once believed to have magical and medicinal qualities! Velvety, scalloped foliage with a chartreuse bloom in the spring. Great as a border plant, in a mass as a groundcover, along a path or in a container.
|•||Moist, but not boggy|
|•||Border or Bed|
|•||May - June|
The leaves can be boiled to make green dye for wool.