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Position : Sun or Partial Shade

Fully Hardy

Flowers : May to July

A classic cottage garden style plant. Flowers on slender stems above a mound of distinctive and attractive foliage, variety ‘William Guinness’ is famous for its eye catching black-purple long spurred flowers with distinctive white edges and centres. H 75cm and S 45cm. Can be a ‘playful’ self seeder! If planted with other forms of Aquilegia can hybridise forming varying colours.

Aquilegia vulgaris ‘William Guinness’

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