Translation of columbine in Spanish:


aguileña, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑləmˌbaɪn/ /ˈkɒləmbʌɪn/

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    aguileña feminine
    • Other gardeners prefer to interplant them with spring flowers such as columbines, daisies, dianthus, Iceland poppies, lupines, and peonies.
    • Other wildflowers are common Solomon's seal, false Solomon's seal, two kinds of golden bellworts, hepatica, wild columbine, monkshood, bloodroot, toothwort, and wild ginger.
    • The mound, from base to crown, was cloaked in flowers; in monkshood, columbine, goldenrod, blazingstar and others.
    • Seeds of most hardy perennials - including bleeding heart, butterfly weed, columbine, delphinium, liatris, and penstemon - require a period of chilling to germinate.
    • Deep-throated blooms such as columbines and salvias best serve butterflies with longer tongues.
    • Among the wildflowers are a red columbine, aster, figwort, wild sarsaparilla, fleabane, and avens.
    • Next, to create a casual country look, she interspersed three large fieldstones in the bed, then planted flowering perennials such as astilbe, columbine, delphinium, and hellebore among them.
    • The upper bed is mostly for perennials, including red-and-white columbines, purple blue campanulas, and tall blue delphiniums fronted by yellow and orange Iceland poppies.
    • The mild days and chilly nights extend bloom of summer perennials like columbines and Shasta daisies.
    • Most columbine flowers have backward-projecting spurs that contain rich nectar that can only be reached by hummingbirds.
    • All columbine flowers have backward-projecting spurs that contain rich nectar.
    • In the surrounding beds, hollyhocks soar and golden columbines provide bright splashes.
    • Provide bright flowers such as columbine, Japanese quince, scarlet sage, snapdragons, coral bells, trumpet honeysuckle, bee balm, phlox and others that are tube-shaped to attract hummingbirds.
    • Seeds of most hardy perennials, including bleeding hearts, columbines, phlox, and primulas, require a period of chilling to germinate.
    • My favorite imitator, the Hinckley columbine, is like a butter-yellow, otherworldly bird.
    • ‘Wish you could see my yellow columbines,’ the daughter says.
    • The same goes for roses, columbine, dahlias, veronicas, salvias and many perennials - and it's true for most annuals as well.
    • Handsome at all seasons, in early spring bishop's hat is embellished by sprays of tiny flowers that resemble miniature columbine.
    • As we climb, the maze of trees, ferns, and blueberry bushes gives way to subalpine meadows painted with purple lupine, pale blue gentians, crimson columbine, and yellow arnica.
    • However, in a high-elevation species of columbine, enhanced UV-B radiation appeared to destroy alkaloids.