A plant genus of the family RANUNCULACEAE that contains aquiledine, isoaquiledine and cycloartane-type glycosides.
The buttercup plant family of the order Ranunculales, subclass Magnoliidae, class Magnoliopsida. The leaves are usually alternate and stalkless. The flowers usually have two to five free sepals and may be radially symmetrical or irregular.
The biological objects that contain genetic information and that are involved in transmitting genetically encoded traits from one organism to another.
Tracts of land completely surrounded by water.
The above-ground plant without the roots.
The detection of RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISMS by selective PCR amplification of restriction fragments derived from genomic DNA followed by electrophoretic analysis of the amplified restriction fragments.
The reproductive organs of plants.

Four new cycloartane glycosides from Aquilegia vulgaris and their immunosuppressive activities in mouse allogeneic mixed lymphocyte reaction. (1/20)

Four new cycloartane glycosides, named aquilegiosides C-F, were isolated from the dried aerial parts of Aquilegia vulgaris. Their structures were determined by two dimensional (2D) NMR spectroscopic analysis and chemical evidence. Aquilegiosides C-F suppressed the proliferation of lymphocytes in mouse allogeneic mixed lymphocyte reaction with IC(50), ranging from 3.7x10(-5) to 2.2x10(-4) M.  (+info)

Four new cycloartane glycosides from Aquilegia vulgaris. (2/20)

Four new cycloartane glycosides, named aquilegiosides G-J, were isolated from the dried aerial parts of Aquilegia vulgaris. Their structures were determined by spectroscopic analysis and chemical evidence.  (+info)

E- and Z-p-methoxycinnamic acid from Aquilegia vulgaris. (3/20)

Two isomers E- and Z-p-methoxycinnamic acid were isolated from the leaves with stems of A. vulgaris L. and their structures were determined by 1HMR and 13C NMR spectral data.  (+info)

Intra-plant variation in nectar sugar composition in two Aquilegia species (Ranunculaceae): contrasting patterns under field and glasshouse conditions. (4/20)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Intra-specific variation in nectar chemistry under natural conditions has been only rarely explored, yet it is an essential aspect of our understanding of how pollinator-mediated selection might act on nectar traits. This paper examines intra-specific variation in nectar sugar composition in field and glasshouse plants of the bumblebee-pollinated perennial herbs Aquilegia vulgaris subsp. vulgaris and Aquilegia pyrenaica subsp. cazorlensis (Ranunculaceae). The aims of the study are to assess the generality of extreme intra-plant variation in nectar sugar composition recently reported for other species in the field, and gaining insight on the possible mechanisms involved. METHODS: The proportions of glucose, fructose and sucrose in single-nectary nectar samples collected from field and glasshouse plants were determined using high performance liquid chromatography. A hierarchical variance partition was used to dissect total variance into components due to variation among plants, flowers within plants, and nectaries within flowers. KEY RESULTS: Nectar of the two species was mostly sucrose-dominated, but composition varied widely in the field, ranging from sucrose-only to fructose-dominated. Most intra-specific variance was due to differences among nectaries of the same flower, and flowers of the same plant. The high intra-plant variation in sugar composition exhibited by field plants vanished in the glasshouse, where nectar composition emerged as a remarkably constant feature across plants, flowers and nectaries. CONCLUSIONS: In addition to corroborating the results of previous studies documenting extreme intra-plant variation in nectar sugar composition in the field, this study suggests that such variation may ultimately be caused by biotic factors operating on the nectar in the field but not in the glasshouse. Pollinator visitation and pollinator-borne yeasts are suggested as likely causal agents.  (+info)

Elaboration of B gene function to include the identity of novel floral organs in the lower eudicot Aquilegia. (5/20)

The basal eudicot Aquilegia (columbine) has an unusual floral structure that includes two morphologically distinct whorls of petaloid organs and a clearly differentiated fifth organ type, the staminodium. In this study, we have sought to determine how Aquilegia homologs of the B class genes APETALA3 (AP3) and PISTILLATA (PI) contribute to these novel forms of organ identity. Detailed expression analyses of the three AP3 paralogs and one PI homolog in wild-type and floral homeotic mutant lines reveal complex patterns that suggest that canonical B class function has been elaborated in Aquilegia. Yeast two-hybrid studies demonstrate that the protein products of Aquilegia's AP3 and PI homologs can form heterodimers, much like what has been observed for their core eudicot homologs. Downregulation of AqvPI using virus-induced gene silencing indicates that in addition to petal and stamen identity, this locus is essential to staminodial identity but may not control the identity of the petaloid sepals. Our findings show that preexisting floral organ identity programs can be partitioned and modified to produce additional organ types. In addition, they indicate that some types of petaloid organs are not entirely dependent on AP3/PI homologs for their identity.  (+info)

Two labdane diterpene and megastigmane glycosides from Aquilegia hybrida. (6/20)

Two new labdane diterpene glycosides, named aquosides A and B, and a new megastigmane glycoside, named aquoside C, have been isolated from the air-dried aerial parts of Aquilegia hybrida together with three known compounds comprising a phenolic glycoside and two flavone C-glycosides. Their structures were determined on the basis of spectroscopic data and chemical evidence.  (+info)

Oidium neolycopersici: intraspecific variability inferred from amplified fragment length polymorphism analysis and relationship with closely related powdery mildew fungi infecting various plant species. (7/20)

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A conserved molecular framework for compound leaf development. (8/20)

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'Aquilegia' is a genus of flowering plants in the family Ranunculaceae, commonly known as columbines. These perennial plants are native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere and have showy, bell-shaped flowers with spurs that contain nectar. While 'Aquilegia' species have some medicinal uses, they are not typically used in modern medical contexts.

Therefore, there is no medical definition for 'Aquilegia'. However, it is important to note that all parts of the plant can be toxic if ingested in large quantities due to the presence of alkaloids, which can cause symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Ranunculaceae is a family of flowering plants, also known as the buttercup family. It includes over 2,000 species distributed across 58 genera. The plants in this family are characterized by their showy, often brightly colored flowers and typically have numerous stamens and carpels. Many members of Ranunculaceae contain toxic compounds, which can be irritants or even poisonous if ingested. Examples of plants in this family include buttercups, delphiniums, monkshood, and columbines.

Genetic structures refer to the organization and composition of genetic material, primarily DNA, that contain the information necessary for the development and function of an organism. This includes the chromosomes, genes, and regulatory elements that make up the genome.

Chromosomes are thread-like structures located in the nucleus of a cell that consist of DNA coiled around histone proteins. They come in pairs, with most species having a specific number of chromosomes in each set (diploid).

Genes are segments of DNA that code for specific proteins or RNA molecules, and they are the basic units of heredity. They can be located on chromosomes and can vary in length and complexity.

Regulatory elements are non-coding sequences of DNA that control the expression of genes by regulating when, where, and to what extent a gene is turned on or off. These elements can include promoters, enhancers, silencers, and insulators.

Overall, genetic structures provide the blueprint for an organism's traits and characteristics, and understanding their organization and function is crucial in fields such as genetics, genomics, and molecular biology.

I am not aware of a standard medical definition for the term "islands." In general, an island is a landmass that is surrounded by water. In a medical context, it might be used to describe isolated areas or structures within the body, such as islands of Langerhans in the pancreas which are clusters of cells that produce hormones like insulin. However, I would need more specific context to provide an accurate definition related to medicine.

Aerial parts of plants refer to the above-ground portions of a plant, including leaves, stems, flowers, and fruits. These parts are often used in medicine, either in their entirety or as isolated extracts, to take advantage of their medicinal properties. The specific components of aerial parts that are used in medicine can vary depending on the plant species and the desired therapeutic effects. For example, the leaves of some plants may contain active compounds that have anti-inflammatory or analgesic properties, while the flowers of others may be rich in antioxidants or compounds with sedative effects. In general, aerial parts of plants are used in herbal medicine to treat a wide range of conditions, including respiratory, digestive, and nervous system disorders, as well as skin conditions and infections.

Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) analysis is a molecular biology technique used for DNA fingerprinting, genetic mapping, and population genetics studies. It is based on the selective amplification of restriction fragments from a total digest of genomic DNA, followed by separation and detection of the resulting fragments using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.

In AFLP analysis, genomic DNA is first digested with two different restriction enzymes, one that cuts frequently (e.g., EcoRI) and another that cuts less frequently (e.g., MseI). The resulting fragments are then ligated to adapter sequences that provide recognition sites for PCR amplification.

Selective amplification of the restriction fragments is achieved by using primers that anneal to the adapter sequences and contain additional selective nucleotides at their 3' ends. This allows for the amplification of a subset of the total number of restriction fragments, resulting in a pattern of bands that is specific to the DNA sample being analyzed.

The amplified fragments are then separated by size using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and visualized by staining with a fluorescent dye. The resulting banding pattern can be used for various applications, including identification of genetic differences between individuals, detection of genomic alterations in cancer cells, and analysis of population structure and diversity.

Overall, AFLP analysis is a powerful tool for the study of complex genomes and has been widely used in various fields of biology, including plant and animal breeding, forensic science, and medical research.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "flowers" is not a term that has a medical definition. The term "flowers" is commonly used to refer to the reproductive structures of flowering plants (angiosperms), which are characterized by having both male and female reproductive organs or separate male and female flowers.

If you have any questions related to medical terminology or health conditions, I would be happy to try to help answer those for you!

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4-5. "Aquilegia pyrenaica". Alpine Garden Society. Retrieved 21 March 2020. "Aquilegia pyrenaica". Online Atlas of the British ... It was first described in 1805 by Augustin Pyramus de Candolle who gave it the name Aquilegia pyrenaica. Aquilegia pyrenaica ... Aquilegia pyrenaica, common name Pyrenean columbine, is a species of flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae. It is endemic ... "Pyrenean Columbine: Aquilegia pyrenaica DC". BioLib. Retrieved 21 March 2020. BSBI List 2007 (xls). Botanical Society of ...
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"RHS Plantfinder - Aquilegia chrysantha 'Yellow Queen'". Royal Horticultural Society. Retrieved 19 February 2020. Aquilegia ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aquilegia chrysantha. Aquilegia chrysantha, the golden columbine, is a perennial ...
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Fulton, Michelle; Hodges, Scott A. (August 1999). "Floral isolation between Aquilegia formosa and Aquilegia pubescens". ... Aquilegia formosa (western columbine, crimson columbine) Jepson Manual eFlora (TJM2) treatment of Aquilegia formosa UC Photos ... Aquilegia formosa is a perennial herb that grows to 20-80 cm in height, averaging around 60 cm. Flowers, which can be seen from ... Aquilegia is derived from the Latin word 'aquila', meaning 'eagle', or possibly from the Medieval German words 'Acheleia' or ' ...
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... NatureServe. Ladyman, J. A. R. (2006, August 23). Aquilegia brevistyla Hooker (smallflower columbine): A ... Aquilegia brevistyla is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common name smallflower columbine. It ... Aquilegia brevistyla. Flora of North America. USDA Plants Profile (Articles with short description, Short description is ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aquilegia brevistyla. ...
... 'Ministar' Aquilegia flabellata 'Sapphire' Aquilegia flabellata f. alba Aquilegia flabellata Jewel Series ... pumila 'Flore Pleno' Aquilegia flabellata from Rebun-to, Japan Aquilegia flabellata var. pumila f. konoi Aquilegia flabellata ... pumila 'Atlantis' Aquilegia flabellata Fantasy Series, mixed Aquilegia flabellata f. alba 'White Angel' Aquilegia flabellata ' ... Aquilegia flabellata soft pink Aquilegia flabellata 'Cameo Pink' (Cameo Series) Aquilegia flabellata Cameo Series Aquilegia ...
... is distinguished from the shorter-spurred golden columbine Aquilegia chrysantha based on the extremely ... Aquilegia longissima, the long-spur columbine, is a rare perennial herb that is native to northern Mexico, Trans-Pecos Texas ... Gray, Asa (1883). Aquilegia longissima. Botanical Gazette 8:295. Rickett, Harold W. editor (1966). Wildflowers of the United ... Hybridization is common in the genus Aquilegia and populations with intermediate spur lengths from 7-9 cm are found near some ...
Aquilegia 'Firelight' is a cultivar that has been selected for shorter stems and ombre yellow-pink flowers. "Aquilegia barnebyi ... "Plants Profile for Aquilegia barnebyi (oil shale columbine)". plants.usda.gov. Retrieved 2021-04-04. "Aquilegia barnebyi, oil ... "Aquilegia barnebyi". www.chicagobotanic.org. Chicago Botanic Garden. Retrieved 2021-04-04. "Aquilegia barnebyi". navigate. ... Aquilegia barnebyi grows in full sun to part shade, and is suitable for rock gardens. It is drought tolerant, but is not ...
... is a highly decorative plant, valued for its attractive foliage and showy flowers. For this reason it is ... Aquilegia canadensis is one such species. Regions 1-5: Facultative Equally (FAC) likely to occur in wetlands or non-wetlands ( ... Aquilegia canadensis, the Canadian or Canada columbine, eastern red columbine, or wild columbine, is a species of flowering ... It readily hybridizes with other species in the genus Aquilegia. The plant is 15-90 cm (6-35 in) tall. The fern-like leaves are ...
... flower, full-face Aquilegia pubescens bud & flowers An unusual Aquilegia pubescens at Red Butte Gardens " ... Aquilegia pubescens can hybridize with the lower-elevation Aquilegia formosa (crimson columbine) where their ranges overlap. ... Jepson Manual Treatment - Aquilegia pubescens Aquilegia pubescens - Photo gallery (Articles with short description, Short ... "NatureServe Explorer - Aquilegia pubescens". NatureServe Explorer Aquilegia pubescens. NatureServe. 2022-05-30. Retrieved 30 ...
... , the alpine columbine or breath of God, is a species of flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae, native to ... Pl.: 522 (1753) "Aquilegia alpina L." Plants of the World Online. Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 2017. ... "Aquilegia alpina alpine columbine". The Royal Horticultural Society. Retrieved 1 January 2021. Other common names; breath of ... Aquilegia, Flora of France, Flora of Switzerland, Flora of Austria, Flora of Italy, Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus, Plants ...
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aquilegia flavescens. Aquilegia flavescens, the yellow columbine, is a wildflower native ... Aquilegia, Alpine flora, Flora of the Rocky Mountains, Flora of the Northwestern United States, Flora of Western Canada, Flora ...
Media related to Aquilegia barbaricina at Wikimedia Commons "Aquilegia barbaricina". Top 50 Campaign - Mediterranean Island ... Aquilegia barbaricina grows in alder scrub along water courses at 1,300-1,400 metres (4,300-4,600 ft) in altitude. Its natural ... Aquilegia barbaricina (also called barbaricina columbine) is a species of plant in the family Ranunculaceae. It is endemic to ... Camarda, I. (2006). "Aquilegia barbaricina". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2006: e.T61671A12519876. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK. ...
Photos of "Aquilegia coerulea". SW Colorado Wildflowers. Colorado state flower Aquilegia coerulea Genome sequencing "Aquilegia ... Trim Tree Nursery: Aquilegia caerulea 'Origami Mix' Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aquilegia coerulea. ... Aquilegia coerulea is the state flower of Colorado. The Latin specific name coerulea (or caerulea) means "sky blue". It is a ... Aquilegia coerulea is used as an ornamental plant in gardens. Its natural variability is exploited in the selection of numerous ...
... , also known as the red columbine, is a flowering plant in the genus Aquilegia. This species grows 1 to 3 ft ... There is little record of conservation for Aquilegia truncata. In 1935, Aquilegia truncata was part of a native restoration ... Type locality: Fort Ross, California Aquilegia truncata is found mostly in mesic woods or shrublands, open woods or shady banks ... ISBN 978-0-8047-0004-7. "Aquilegia formosa var. truncata - FNA". floranorthamerica.org. Retrieved 2023-09-17. "National Park ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae native to Bulgaria and North Macedonia, where it is ... Aquilegia aurea is herbaceous perennial plant growing in rocky Alpine meadows at altitudes of 1,800-2,300 m. It has light ... Aquilegia aurea". Academic Press of Agricultural University of Plovdiv. Retrieved 14 October 2023. Tutin, T.G.; Burges, N.A.; ... "Plants of the World Online, Aquilegia aurea". Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 14 October 2023. "К. Stoyanov, Tsv. ...
... is a species of Aquilegia native to Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia. It is a herbaceous perennial plant growing ... "Aquilegia grata Maly ex Zimmeter". Plants of the World Online. Kew Science. Archived from the original on 2019-09-03. Retrieved ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aquilegia grata. v t e (Articles with short description, Short description matches ... Silic, C. Endemicne biljke (Svjetlost, 1990), p.227 Wikispecies has information related to Aquilegia grata. ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family with a native range comprising the WGSRPD floristic ... "Aquilegia rockii in Flora of China". www.efloras.org. Archived from the original on 2011-09-27. Retrieved 2021-06-12. Zhou, Zhi ... "Aquilegia rockii Munz". Plants of the World Online. Kew Science. Archived from the original on 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-06-12 ... The chloroplast genome of Aquilegia rockii has been fully sequenced: it has a total length of 162,123 base pairs, and contains ...
... is a species of plant belonging to the family Ranunculaceae. Its native range is Turkey and Iran. "Aquilegia ...
... occurs next to cliffs of sandstone. It is associated with Calamagrostis scopulorum. Tropicos Aquilegia ... Aquilegia grahamii is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common name Graham's columbine. It is ... Aquilegia grahamii is a perennial herb growing 25 to 60 cm tall. Leaves are biternate (= with 3 groups of 3 leaflets), up to 24 ... Aquilegia, Flora of Utah, Uintah County, Utah, Plants described in 1993, All stub articles, Ranunculales stubs). ...
... , the Bulgarian columbine, is a species of columbine that is found in the mountainous regions of Austria, ... Schweizer, F. & Hasinger, O. (2014). "Aquilegia nigricans". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2014: e. ... Aquilegia, Flora of Bulgaria, All stub articles, Ranunculales stubs). ...
Like other Aquilegia, Aquilegia sibirica is a hardy perennial plant. Also in common with other Aquilegia, the Siberian ... Crosses between Aquilegia sibirica and Aquilegia ecalcarata-the only Aquilegia species that lacks spurred pedals-have been ... Aquilegia sibirica, commonly known as the Siberian columbine, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Aquilegia native to ... "Aquilegia vulgaris var. sibirica". Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 13 August 2023. "Aquilegia sibirica". Alpine Garden ...
Media related to Aquilegia nuragica at Wikimedia Commons IUCN - Top 50 Mediterranean Island Plants: Aquilegia nuragica ( ... Aquilegia nuragica is only found in one area of about 50 square metres (540 sq ft) at Gorropu, near Urzulei. It grows on the ... The Aquilegia nuragica population is very small, with only 10-15 individuals that are believed to exist. The decline in the ... Aquilegia nuragica, commonly called Nuragica columbine, is a perennial species of plant in the family Ranunculaceae. It is ...
"Aquilegia canadensis L." Plants of the World Online. Kew Science. Retrieved 2021-03-22. "Aquilegia viridiflora Pall". The Plant ... "Aquilegia dahurica Patrin". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 2021-03-23. "Aquilegia viridiflora var. atropurpurea". rhs.org.uk. Royal ... Not to be confused with Aquilegia canadensis L., which is a different species of Aquilegia. This name was misapplied to A. ... "Aquilegia viridiflora Pall". Plants of the World Online. Kew Science. Retrieved 2021-03-22. "Aquilegia viridiflora (Columbine, ...
... , common name Bertoloni columbine, is a species of flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae, native to ... "RHS Plant Selector - Aquilegia bertolonii". Retrieved 28 May 2013. RHS A-Z encyclopedia of garden plants. United Kingdom: ... Aquilegia, Plants described in 1853, All stub articles, Ranunculales stubs). ...
Aquilegia is the plant genus containing the columbines. Aquilegia may also refer to: 1063 Aquilegia, a main belt asteroid ... Aquilegia, Italy This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Aquilegia. If an internal link led you here ...
Specifically, they have been found to forage on species of Aquilegia vulgaris in Belgium and Aquilegia chrysantha in North ... ISBN 1-930723-25-3 HTML fulltext Fulton, M.; Hodges, S. A. (1999). "Floral isolation between Aquilegia formosa and Aquilegia ... "Genetics of Floral Traits Influencing Reproductive Isolation between Aquilegia formosa and Aquilegia pubescens". The American ... The genus name Aquilegia comes from the Latin "Aquila", or "eagle"; this is in obvious reference to the spurred, "hook" shapes ...
Old clumps of Aquilegia may be divided but the results are often disappointing; new plants can be grown from seed but will take ... Calendar of Care - Aquilegia. Early Spring: Apply a light application of balanced or slow-release fertilizer or side-dress with ...
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Plant profile of Aquilegia vulgaris (Grannys bonnet). Expert growing advice from BBC Gardeners World Magazine. ... Advice on buying Aquilegia vulgaris. *Many varieties of Aquilegia vulgaris are widely available as pot-grown plants or as seed ... Aquilegia vulgaris thrives in sun or partial shade and grows in any reasonable garden soil, excepting extremes of wet or dry. ... Once established, Aquilegia vulgaris needs virtually no care apart from cutting back the faded blooms and all the foliage in ...
Aquilegia vulgaris Biedermeier aka Columbine is natvie to Europe, is hardy in 5a to 10b, grows to 18 ...
Aquilegia formosa is a perennial herb that is native to California, and also found elsewhere in North America and beyond. ...
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Columbine is a clumping perennial found in meadows, woodlands and mountainous regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Leaves are finely divided, ternate,
Everyone in the Northeast loves the Wild Eastern Columbine, the beautiful smallish red one, Aquilegia canadensis, and of course ...
Aquilegia jonesii is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.1 m (0ft 4in) by 0.1 m (0ft 4in). See above for USDA hardiness. It is ... Aquilegia karelinii. Perennial. 0.8. - LM. SN. M. 2. 0. 1. Aquilegia pubescens. Columbine, Sierra columbine. Perennial. 0.5. 4- ... Aquilegia jonesii is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.1 m (0ft 4in) by 0.1 m (0ft 4in). See above for USDA hardiness. It is hardy to UK ... Aquilegia canadensis. Wild Columbine, Red columbine, Meeting Houses, Common Columbine. Perennial. 0.6. 4-10 M. LM. SN. M. 2. 2 ...
Aquilegia comes from the Latin word aquil, meaning eagle, referring to the shape of the petals. Formosa means beautiful. Indeed ... Aquilegia formosa. WESTERN COLUMBINE, CRIMSON COLUMBINE, RED COLUMBINE, SITKA COLUMBINE. Family: Ranunculaceae. Pronounced: ack ... A short-lived perennial, Aquilegia formosa is a good nectar source for hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. Other birds such as ...
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Re: Aquilegia saximontana. Aquilegia saximontana is not only quick and easy from seed, its long lived. Ive had the same ... Since the Aquilegia. Mmmmmm. Since the Aquilegia hybrids I have in my garden eventually loose their remaining leaves when the ... Footnote: FNA refers to Aquilegia chrysantha var. miniana, whereas USDA and ITIS spell it Aquilegia flavescens var. miniata A. ... To help Aquilegia fans understand key characteristics of true Aquilegia saximontana, I prepared a composite image showing 4 ...
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Scientific Name (Genus/Species): Aquilegia flabellata var. pumila. Family: (Ranunculaceae). (P) to 12″. Japan. Short-spurred, pale lilac-blue flowers, often with paler or white markings. Rather compact growth and rounded, glaucous foliage. Sun. 4 & T2. ...
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Pot up aquilegia plants and grow them on in frost free conditions until large enough to plant outdoors. Grow aquilegias in sun ... This is sport of the similar variety Aquilegia Red Hobbit, which has been selected for its taller habit. The upright stems ... If seedlings are not wanted, deadhead faded aquilegia flowers to prevent them self seeding. Aquilegias dislike disturbance but ...
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  • Specifically, they have been found to forage on species of Aquilegia vulgaris in Belgium and Aquilegia chrysantha in North America and Belgium. (wikipedia.org)
  • An acute toxicity test in mice has demonstrated that ethanol extract mixed with isocytisoside, the main flavonoid compound from the leaves and stems of Aquilegia vulgaris, can be classified as non-toxic, since a dose of 3000 mg/kg did not cause mortality. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aquilegia vulgaris (granny's bonnets) is an easy-to-grow hardy perennial wildflower, sometimes also known as common columbine. (gardenersworld.com)
  • Aquilegia vulgaris thrives in sun or partial shade and grows in any reasonable garden soil, excepting extremes of wet or dry. (gardenersworld.com)
  • Once established, Aquilegia vulgaris needs virtually no care apart from cutting back the faded blooms and all the foliage in summer, which encourages a fresh neat clump of foliage to form. (gardenersworld.com)
  • Aquilegia vulgaris does self-seed freely, often cross-fertilising with other varieties. (gardenersworld.com)
  • See photos of Aquilegia vulgaris in real gardens. (growsonyou.com)
  • Orlik pospolity - Aquilegia vulgaris pochodzi z rodziny jaskrowatych - Ranunculaceae . (vitroflora.pl)
  • Aquilegia vulgaris lubi gleby żyzne, wilgotne. (vitroflora.pl)
  • Aquilegia canadensis. (bridgingthegap.org)
  • Everyone in the Northeast loves the Wild Eastern Columbine, the beautiful smallish red one, Aquilegia canadensis , and of course, everyone in the Rockies loves the State Flower of Colorado, the large, blue Colorado Columbine, A. caerulea . (americanmeadows.com)
  • Aquilegia (common names: granny's bonnet, columbine) is a genus of about 60-70 species of perennial plants that are found in meadows, woodlands, and at higher altitudes throughout the Northern Hemisphere, known for the spurred petals of their flowers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Plants in the genus Aquilegia are a major food source for Bombus hortorum, a species of bumblebee. (wikipedia.org)
  • See who else has plants in genus Aquilegia . (growsonyou.com)
  • This advice is from our members, if you can't find your question, please try the Aquilegia genus page or ask our friendly community. (growsonyou.com)
  • Aquilegia jonesii is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.1 m (0ft 4in) by 0.1 m (0ft 4in). (pfaf.org)
  • A short-lived perennial, Aquilegia formosa is a good nectar source for hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. (rainyside.com)
  • Also known as Grannys Bonnets or Columbines, Aquilegia are clump forming perennial with delicate fan shaped foliage. (gardenexpress.com.au)
  • Aquilegia, often referred to as Columbine or Granny's Bonnet, is a whimsical perennial with delicate, rounded leaves and tall, sturdy stems. (easytogrowbulbs.com)
  • The graceful, intricately patterned, colorful flowers of Aquilegia , or Columbine, are natural additions for spring color in perennial borders. (rootsrhizomes.com)
  • Aquilegia Caerulea - Origami Mix\u003c\/h1\u003e\n\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eWith a \u003cstrong\u003elonger bloom time than most columbines\u003c\/strong\u003e - up to 12 weeks -Origami Mix Columbine brings a copious display of color to the garden including white, pink, red, yellow, and blue flowers. (easytogrowbulbs.com)
  • Oh, and did we mention that Aquilegia is highly attractive to hummingbirds and bees ? (easytogrowbulbs.com)
  • Columbines are closely related to plants in the genera Actaea (baneberries) and Aconitum (wolfsbanes/monkshoods), which like Aquilegia produce cardiogenic toxins. (wikipedia.org)
  • Some time during or before 2014 the collection started to succumb to Aquilegia Downy Mildew Peronospora aquilegiicola which was at the time an emerging disease to which the plants had no resistance. (wikipedia.org)
  • Pot up aquilegia plants and grow them on in frost free conditions until large enough to plant outdoors. (vanmeuwen.com)
  • Where to buy Aquilegia saximontana plants & price comparison. (growsonyou.com)
  • Photos of Aquilegia saximontana plants in real gardens. (growsonyou.com)
  • You can see all the Aquilegia plants and Aquilegia seeds and bulbs for sale in our garden centre which lists products from over 25 popular websites. (growsonyou.com)
  • Here's two plants of Aquilegia Spring Magic blue-&-white, showing how deformed the infected foliage is on the one top left versus the healthy bottom ring plant. (touchwoodplants.co.uk)
  • Aquilegia viridiflora also pairs nicely with other plants, such as Lavender and Rosemary. (lovetofeel.com)
  • However, this was damage secondary to infection with downy mildew as slugs would usually steer well clear of eating aquilegia tissue due to its poisonous nature: it is the fungal tissue that is drawing it here. (touchwoodplants.co.uk)
  • With stunning lemon yellow flowers, Aquilegia Kirigami Yellow (Aquilegia x cultorum) shows off a delightful golden glow wherever it is used. (gardenexpress.com.au)
  • Aquilegia flabellata var. (whiteflowerfarm.com)
  • I can recognize Aquilegia saximontana instantly: the flowers are quite tiny (little more than an inch across) and always nodding on delicate stems--much smaller in bloom than many of the Eurasian "dwarfs" like Aquilegia pyreneica at one end or A. flabellata at the other end of the continent. (nargs.org)
  • Although in nature Aquilegia saximontana almost always grows on granite. (nargs.org)
  • Aquilegia saximontana is not only quick and easy from seed, it's long lived. (nargs.org)
  • You can also discover who's growing Aquilegia saximontana . (growsonyou.com)
  • Gardeners in cooler climates will be able to enjoy earlier flowers than with the traditional Aquilegia varieties. (gardenexpress.com.au)
  • Aquilegia jonesii - Parry. (pfaf.org)
  • Yes it's cute but I think Aquilegia jonesii is cuter and just as easy. (nargs.org)
  • Aquilegia viridiflora is a type of columbine native to North America. (lovetofeel.com)
  • Where is Aquilegia Viridiflora Generally Used? (lovetofeel.com)
  • Aquilegia viridiflora is commonly used in medicinal preparations, as well as in cooking and garnishing dishes. (lovetofeel.com)
  • Where is Aquilegia Viridiflora Found? (lovetofeel.com)
  • Aquilegia viridiflora is native to North America and can be found across the United States, from Montana to New Mexico, and also in Canada. (lovetofeel.com)
  • What are the Health Benefits of Aquilegia Viridiflora? (lovetofeel.com)
  • Aquilegia viridiflora has been used traditionally for a variety of medicinal purposes. (lovetofeel.com)
  • Aquilegia viridiflora is the official flower of the US state of Montana. (lovetofeel.com)
  • The flowers of Aquilegia viridiflora have a unique shape, with a greenish-yellow center and a long, tubular flower. (lovetofeel.com)
  • Aquilegia viridiflora contains high levels of Vitamin C and is rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium, and copper. (lovetofeel.com)
  • If Aquilegia viridiflora is not available, there are some other similar ingredients or alternatives that can be used in the same dishes. (lovetofeel.com)
  • Almost all Aquilegia species have a ring of staminodia around the base of the stigma, which may help protect against insects. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aquilegia species are very interfertile, and will self-sow. (wikipedia.org)
  • Strong colours and colour combinations spark new interest in Aquilegia! (panamseed.com)
  • Purple White, Purple Yellow and Red Yellow are unique colours in F1 Aquilegia. (panamseed.com)
  • Aquilegia flowers are unusually shaped, forming a central bell-shaped cluster surrounded by flared petals, sometimes with pronounced spurs. (gardenersworld.com)
  • If seedlings are not wanted, deadhead faded aquilegia flowers to prevent them self seeding. (vanmeuwen.com)
  • No one that sees them can believe the variety, colour and size of these aquilegia flowers. (touchwoodplants.co.uk)
  • Native Americans used very small amounts of Aquilegia root as a treatment for ulcers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aquilegia comes from the Latin word aquil , meaning eagle, referring to the shape of the petals. (rainyside.com)
  • Here's another potted aquilegia, can you see distorted 'kinky' stems in the large photo? (touchwoodplants.co.uk)
  • Aquilegia (common names: granny's bonnet, columbine) is a genus of about 60-70 species of perennial plants that are found in meadows, woodlands, and at higher altitudes throughout the Northern Hemisphere, known for the spurred petals of their flowers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aquilegia desertorum is a wonderful Southwest native (Arizona, New Mexico) columbine that's rarely seen in the rest of the country. (plantdelights.com)
  • Aquilegia caerulea , commonly called Rocky Mountain columbine, is a bushy, clump-forming perennial which occurs in the U.S. Rocky Mountains at elevations of 6000 to 12000' from Montana south to New Mexico. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • See who else is growing Aquilegia canadensis (Canadian Columbine) . (growsonyou.com)
  • Aquilegia 'McKana Hybrid' (Columbine) Blooming in late spring to early summer, this perennial is ideal to brighten the shade garden! (turningtooneanother.net)
  • What's the difference between columbine and Aquilegia? (turningtooneanother.net)
  • Columbine - also known as Aquilegia The purple wildflower common columbine grows up to 100cm tall and has bell-shaped flowers which bloom on long stems in early summer. (turningtooneanother.net)
  • Not sure which Aquilegia (Columbine) to pick? (gardenia.net)
  • Aquilegia canadensis, also known as the Eastern Red Columbine or Canadian Columbine, is a perennial wildflower native to North America. (stellarnatives.com)
  • Aquilegia is native to Europe and known by several common names such as columbine, crowfoot and Granny's bonnet. (plantcetera.com)
  • Aquilegia alpina , a species of the genus Aquilegia (Columbine) in the family Ranunculaceae. (flowermedia.com)
  • Strong colours and colour combinations spark new interest in Aquilegia! (panamseed.com)
  • Purple White, Purple Yellow and Red Yellow are unique colours in F1 Aquilegia. (panamseed.com)
  • I enjoyed trying out the different colours of the iris sibirica, aquilegia and geranium. (susanberrysite.com)
  • Inspired by the colours of banks of aquilegia flowers drifting into one another, this garter stitch chevron shawl makes use of the Fibonacci sequence to allow the colours to drift from one to another. (kathandrewsdesigns.com)
  • Aquilegia 'McKana Hybrid' should be planted in well-drained, rich soils, positioned in full sun or partial shade. (schram.ie)
  • You can visit our Aquilegia canadensis page or browse the pictures using the next and previous links. (growsonyou.com)
  • Aquilegia are sometimes known as granny's bonnets or even columbines. (suttons.co.uk)
  • Native Americans used very small amounts of Aquilegia root as a treatment for ulcers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aquilegia 'Blue Bird' is a hardy large flowered strain with a slight fragrance, Height to 60cm. (redearthbulbs.com)
  • Aquilegia canadensis prefers well-drained soil with a neutral to slightly acidic pH. (stellarnatives.com)
  • TYPE: = Aquilegia Linnaeus 1753. (usf.edu)