AppearanceIt is a herbaceous perennial plant often found at elevations of 2,100 to 3,700 m . This beautiful plant can grow to 20–60 cm tall, with flowers sprouting in inflorescences produced from the shoot apical meristem. The flowers are very variable in color, from pale blue to white, pale yellow and pinkish; very commonly the flowers are bicolored, with the sepals a different shade to the petals. They consist of five petals, five sepals and an ovary surrounded by 50 to 130 stamens. Five long spurs hang below the calyx and contain nectar at their tips, accessible only to hawkmoths. In addition to hawkmoths, pollinators for this flower include bumble-bees, solitary bees and syphrid flies.
''Aquilegia coerulea'' is the state flower of Colorado.
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