Birds & Blooms

10 Tequila Sunrise columbine


Why we love it:

It grows in shade and

dons handsome foliage.


With bright copper red, orange and yellow hues, this columbine looks like a meteor streaking across the early morning sky. Plenty of blooms emerge in midspring, and Tequila Sunrise keeps blooming well into summer. It grows 28 inches tall and is loved by pollinator­s.

Hummingbir­ds Why we love it:

appreciate the blooms while deer and rabbits tend to leave the plant alone.

Although he grew up with bedding annuals that his father bought from a local grower every Memorial Day,

Luke has since grown fonder of all flowers—especially ones on sale.

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