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Aquilegias are charming, old-fashioned cottage garden plants with bonnet-shaped flowers, often two-tone and with long graceful spurs. Flowering in early summer, they fill the seasonal gap between the last of the spring bulbs and the first of the summer flowers. Self-sown aquilegias look wonderful naturalised amongst shrubs and roses.
Aquilegia 'Texas Yellow' creates a big statement in a border. Its tall stalks carry an abundance of outward-facing, large, bright lemon-yellow flowers with long spurs. It's ideal for growing in ornamental borders, particularly in cottage-garden schemes, where it thrives in sun or partial shade.
Aquilegia 'Texas Yellow' makes an excellent cut flower.
Cultivar: Texas Yellow
Plant type: Hardy perennial
Flower colour: Yellow
Foliage colour: Mid-green
Sun exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Soil: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline, Dry, Moist, Sandy
Skill level: Beginner
Flowering period: March to May
I am at a loss to the fact that the yellow Aquilegia seems to have a pink vabascum type flower at the top of the page, or I have gone colour blind over night, not really useful at all good job I know what the flower should look like.
The flower in the picture is definitely a Lavatera or Malva.
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