|McKana Hybrids are vigorous but not long lasting. Leaves are 3-ternate and grow from 1/2 to 1 1/2 inches long. They also have terminal flowers and spurs to 4 inches long.
Columbine is a clumping perennial found in meadows, woodlands and mountainous regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Leaves are finely divided, ternate, bluish-green, divided into leaflets 1 to 1 1/2 inches long.
This is a graceful upright perennial. Grows well in fertile, well-drained soil with partial shade to full sun. For alpine species a gritty, sharply-drained, humus-rich soil is required. Excellent in a light woodland setting or herbaceous border.