Aquilegia vulgaris Linnaeus, 1753
Common names: European Columbine, Common Columbine, Granny's Nightcap [En], Ancolie commune, Ancolie vulgaire [Fr], Wilde akelei [Nl], Gemeine Akelei [De], Aquilegia commune [It], Aguileña común [Es], Ακουιλέγια [Gr]
Dinant, NAMUR ● Belgium
Description: It is a herbaceous perennial plant growing to 1.2 m tall, with branched, thinly hairy stems. The leaves are pinnate, with the basal leaflets themselves trifoliate. The flowers can be blue or violet, rarely white.
Biology: Flowering from May to July.
Habitat: Thermophilous forests, clearing, meadows, generally on limestone.
Distribution: Europe, temperate Asia, North Africa.
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