Definition of Blue columbine

1. Noun. Columbine of the Rocky Mountains having long-spurred blue flowers.

Exact synonyms: Aquilegia Caerulea, Aquilegia Scopulorum Calcarea
Group relationships: Genus Aquilegia
Generic synonyms: Aquilege, Aquilegia, Columbine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blue Columbine

blue cat
blue cataract
blue catfish
blue chamber
blue chambers
blue channel cat
blue channel catfish
blue cheese
blue cheese dressing
blue cheeses
blue chip
blue circle rate
blue circle rates
blue cod
blue cohosh
blue columbine (current term)
blue cone monochromatism
blue copperas
blue crab
blue cross
blue curls
blue daisy
blue darter
blue daze
blue dazes
blue devil
blue devils
blue dextran
blue disease
blue dome cyst

Literary usage of Blue columbine

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1. Practical Landscape Gardening: The Importance of Careful Planning, Locating by Robert B. Cridland (1920)
"... Pink Hardy Chrysanthemum Hardy Flax Hardy Cornflower Tall Larkspur Blue Columbine Baby's Breath Perennial Clematis Speedwell Early Blue Phlox Bellflower ..."

2. A Class-book of Botany: Designed for Colleges, Academies, and Other by Alphonso Wood (1869)
"It is cultivated with the ¬ęgreatest ease, and is much more delicate in foliage and in the hues of its flowers, than the common blue Columbine. ..."

3. Botany: An Elementary Text for Schools by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1900)
"blue columbine. A European species, common in gardens, and often full double: flowers varying from blue and purple to white, with rather short and thick ..."

4. Nature and Development of Plants by Carlton Clarence Curtis (1918)
"The simpler forms are usually yellow or white, while flowers with more highly modified parts are pink and pale blue (columbine), blue in higher types ..."

5. The Land's End: A Naturalist's Impressions in West Cornwall by William Henry Hudson (1908)
"Here in places almost all the flowers appeared to be blue, from the tall blue columbine to the small ground ivy and the tiniest veronica. ..."

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