Aquilegia Earlybird™

  • Low cold requirement
  • Short cultivation time in warm winter climates
  • Controlled habit
  • Short stems and well-mounded
  • Flowering window of 10 to 12 days with a short harvest window

The early bird catches the worm!


Aquilegia is possibly one of the best-known perennials but is surprisingly rarely grown by professional growers. The Earlybird series may generate new interest in Aquilegia!

This new series has a low cold requirement and short cultivation time in slightly warmer winter climates. On top of that, Purple White and Red Yellow are unique colour combinations in F1 Aquilegia. Earlybird features a controlled habit with relatively short stems on well-mounded plants. Has a flowering window of 10-12 days plus a short harvest window which makes it an excellent choice for professional spring programs.

For optimal sales

The flowers of all colours in this series standing upright compared to older genetics. They are facing the eyes of the consumer for optimal sales. All this sums up to a beautiful presentation at retail that will help it fly out the shelves.

Performance pictures

 

Short stems! Standard variety vs. Earlybird™ Purple White. The picture is taken on 04.03.2020 at the Florensis Spring Trials in Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, The Netherlands.

 

More colour! Standard variety vs. Earlybird™ Red White. The picture is taken on 04.03.2020 at the Florensis Spring Trials in Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, The Netherlands.

 

Facing the flowers! Standard variety vs. Earlybird™ White. The Picture is taken on 04.03.2020 at the Florensis Spring Trials in Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, The Netherlands.

 

Varieties

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Earlybird™

Purple Blue

36123

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Purple White

36124

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Earlybird™

Red White

36126

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Earlybird™

Red Yellow

36127

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White

36128

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Yellow

36129

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