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Several of you asked WHAT the variety of flower was featured as our photo-of-the-day on May 18, 2014. Well, it’s in my perennial flower garden and it’s a …

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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    I have heard of these flowers but have never seen them that I know of. What a delicate and colorful garden addition to enjoy!

  2. Debbie Fischer says:

    The beautiful Columbine, Colorado’s State Flowers, a sight to see in the Mountains of Colorado when they are all in full bloom in their many colors. What a beautiful flower to have for my state flower.

  3. Karlyne says:

    From the slightly fuzzy look of the flower, I thought it was a type of mountain bluebell. I’ve never seen a blue Columbine! How pretty!

  4. CJ Armstrong says:

    It’s not like the Colorado columbines that grow wild in our mountains. And it’s not like any that I have planted in my yard. It is GORGEOUS!! What variety is it?

    • MaryJane says:

      Variety? Now where did I put those garden notes? I do have it written down and will find it when I have more than two shakes of a lamb’s tail. Or two swats of a cow’s tail.

  5. Terry Steinmetz says:

    Thanks MaryJane. I have seen them in the U.P., but farther north of us.

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