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2pk Wildflower Seed Grow Kit & Rocky Mountain Columbine Seed Grow Kit - The Jonsteen Company

Item# 210-80790802-AF | Model# 80790802 | Added on July 27, 2020 |
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2pk Wildflower Seed Grow Kit & Rocky Mountain Columbine Seed Grow Kit - The Jonsteen Company
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Grow your own field of wildflowers! These kits include enough Rocky Mountain Columbine seed to plant over 100 square feet, plus a mix of 16 different wildflower species, chosen to give you a wide variety of blossom sizes, a diversity of flower shapes and plant heights, and an array of rich, vibrant colors. The Rocky Mountain Columbine, Aguilegia coerulea, was first documented in 1820 by the famous mountain climber Edwin James on top of Pike’s Peak. The Columbine’s scientific name is derived from the Latin “Aquila,” meaning “eagle,” for the flower’s rear spurs, which resemble the talons of an eagle. Over 70 species of Aquilegia exist worldwide, ranging in color from bright red, yellow, and orange, to shades of lavender and purple. Native Americans crushed the seeds and roots of the Columbine to treat headaches, fevers, rashes, heart problems, and sore throats. Native men are also said to have used the flower as an ingredient in a love charm. The Columbine was named the State Flower of Colorado in 1891 after schoolchildren voted it their favorite flower. These grow kits contains approx. 0.25 oz of 100percent pure Aquilegia coerulea seed — enough to plant over 100 square feet of flowers! The wildflower mix included in this collection is 100percent pure seed, containing approximately two ounces of seed from sixteen different species of gorgeous wildflowers — enough for planting an area of approximately 300 square feet. The flower species assembled here were chosen to give you a ... read more
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