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en stock
N° d'article
1324
Groupe:
Graines
Quantité de graines:
200
Nom botanique:
aquilegia vulgaris
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Description

The common columbine is native to Europe and is a rather unpretentious perennial with beautiful purple flowers, which are particularly attractive for bees because of their high nectar content. It grows very well at various locations, but has
nowadays become quite rare in the wild and therefore a protected species in many countries.

Historically, the plant has been used as a remedy for scurvy, but it plays only a minor role in current herbal medicine, since parts of the plant contain slightly poisonous alkaloids. Regardless of its medicinal effect, however, it is very suitable as a tea plant, since its sweet flowers taste outstanding in herbal teas.

In European mythology, the columbine was alleged the ability of enhancing love charms, and it was used in magic amulets. Its seeds were added to aphrodisiac perfumes and supposedly even chewed by courtesans at royal courts all over Europe. In ancient Rome the vestal priestesses were not allowed to even approach the plant.

Seed, content: approx. 200 columbine seeds
Growing instructions

Growing from seed is not complicated, since the plant also seld-seeds and has quite good germination capactiy. The sowing should take place at approx. 5mm depth, pre-culture can start in the early spring from February, whereby the seedlings may be planted only after the last frosts. Direct sowing ist possible starting in April, planting distance about 30cm.

The best location is in the half-shade, but it can also thrive in the sun if the soil is fertile and permeable. It tolerates sandy and loamy soil well, but needs good water supply without any waterlogging. Mature columbine plants are not frost tender and can withstand temperatures up to -25 °C.

En savoir plus: description et entretien

Famille de plantes:
ranunculaceae
Hauteur de la plante env.:
50–90 cm
Système racinaire :
Rhizome
Couleur des fleurs:
BleuViolet
Période de floraison :
JuilletJuinMai
Emplacement:
Lieu semi–ombragéSoleil
Besoins en eau:
Modérément humide
Cycle de vie :
Vivace
Rusticité au froid jusqu'à:
–30 °C

Semis et culture

Préculture intérieur :
AvrilMaiMars
Temps de semis à l'extérieur:
AvrilJuinMai
Profondeur de semis:
A besoin de lumière pour germer
Température optimale de germination :
16 – 18 °C
Temps de germination (jours):
21 – 35
Distance de plantation env.:
30 x 30 cm

Culture associée

Autres noms

Noms allemands :
elfenhandschuhfrauenhandschuhfünf vögerl zusammkapuzinerhütlipfaffenkäppleschlotterhosetaubenblumetauberlnvenuswagenwald–akelei
Noms anglais:
common columbineeuropean columbinegranny's bonnetgranny's nightcap
Noms français:
ancolie commune
Noms espagnols:
aguileña común
Noms italiens:
aquilegia commune

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