flower, gardening

William Guiness

I usually grow my aquilegias from seed even though it takes two to three years from them to start blooming up here in the north.

With William Guiness (Aquilegia vulgaris ‘William Guiness’) I made an exception and bought a root ball.

The color of this aquilegia is very dark purple and it sort of needs a suitable background to stand out. The shape though is beautiful and stems tall.

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One thought on “William Guiness

  1. Barbara Lee Eschner says:

    I have this,plant in my garden and had no idea what it was! So,many people gave me bits and pieces from their gardens …. I have no idea what half of my plants are!

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