Aquilegia caerulea is a species of Aquilegia flower native to the Rocky Mountains
from Montana south to New Mexico and west to Idaho and Arizona. Its common
name is Colorado Blue Columbine; sometime...
The white and lavender Rocky Mountain columbine was designated the official
state flower of Colorado in 1899; elected by Colorado school children as symbol
Facts about Colorado State Flower, the Rocky Mountain columbine with
interesting information, pictures of Colorado State Flower and native flowers of ...
Colorado's state flower, the white and lavender columbine (Aquilegia caerulea) is
commonly known as the Rocky Mountain columbine. Its journey to become the ...
All about Colorado State flowers: origin, symbolism, cultivation and care,
diseases & pests, seeds, uses, pictures.
The Colorado state flower can be found sprinkled around on various hikes; the
trick is to know which trails. This page will become a collection of hiking trails ...
State Flower. The white and lavender Columbine, Aquilegia caerulea, was
adopted as the official state flower on April 4, 1899 by an act of the General
Columbine is a recognizable plant to many Colorado gardeners. The familiar
blue and white Colorado columbine is our state flower. And there are many kinds
Jan 20, 2010 ... The white and lavender Columbine, Aquilegia caerulea, more commonly known
as the Rocky Mountain Columbine, was voted the state flower ...
Blue columbine is Colorado's state flower, due to an 1899 act of the state's
general assembly. In 1925, the general assembly took additional action to protect