All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

<strong>Wild Columbine</strong>
<em>Aquilegia canadensis</em> / Buttercup Family
May 7, 2005<br>
Bumblebees often pierce the "spurs" at the end of the petals to steal the nectar. Look for holes or slits in the spurs! Columbines are in the Buttercup ...
Wild Columbine
Aquilegia canadensis / Buttercup Family
May 7, 2005

Bumblebees often pierce the "spurs" at the end of the petals to steal the nectar. Look for holes or slits in the spurs! Columbines are in the Buttercup family. These can be found on the Haw Ridge Greenways Trail in Oak Ridge.
Perennial
Where seen:Great Smoky Mountains NP, Haw Ridge Greenway Trail, Warriors' Path SP, Ijams Nature Center

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