Aquilegia chrysantha, or Golden Columbine, is a beautiful native plant that can tolerate a lot of shade and still produce beautiful blooms. It has highly lobed leaves and tall stems with bright yellow, tubular, spurred flowers blooming between April–September. It is pollinated by moths, butterflies, and bees. It grows up to 4 ft in height and prefers damp canyons, seeps and streamsides at elevations between 3000–11000 ft. Plant in partial to full shade in well-draining soils, water well. Likes standing water and tolerates heavy shade.
A seed packet includes 50-100 seeds.