Aquilegia canadensis, Columbine
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One pressed specimen of wild columbine collected alongside the road between White Sulphur Springs (Greenbrier Co.), West Virgina and Callaghan (Alleghany Co.), Virgina. This plant is prized for its yellow and red flowers which bloom the second year.
Native Americans used various parts of the columbine in herbal remedies for ailments.
Aquilegia canadensis L.
- Site: WV; Border of Virginia and West Virginia
- Site Number: NH93D
- Kingdom: Plantae
- Phylum: Tracheophyta
- Class: Magnoliopsida
- Order: Ranunculales
- Family: Ranunculaceae
- Genus: Aquilegia
- Species: Aquilegia canadensis
- Collection: Herbarium Collection
- Object Name: Flowering Plants
- Object Id: BY1542
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