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Family = Ranunculaceae, Genus = Aquilegia, Species = formosa, including synonyms,

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Aquilegia flavescens   (yellow columbine)  
(= Aquilegia flavescens in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Glandular, glabrous to densely pubescent perennial from a branched to simple woody base, the several stems 2-7.5 dm. tall.
Distribution: East of the Cascades, British Columbia to Kittitas County, Washington, east to Alberta, then south to Colorado; also, the Wallowa Mountains of Oregon
Habitat: Moist mountain meadows and talus to alpine slopes
Origin: Native

Aquilegia formosa   (red columbine, western columbine, Sitka columbine)  
(= Aquilegia formosa in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Glandular, glabrous to densely pubescent perennial from a branched to simple woody base, the several stems 1.5-10 dm. tall.
Distribution: Widely distributed throughout Washington; Alaska south to California, coastal and inland to Alberta and Wyoming.
Habitat: Open woods, lowlands to mid-elevations in the mountains.
Origin: Native



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