One of our most popular perennials. Pastel flowers bloom profusely late spring to early summer. The multicolored blossoms sit on sturdy 30-40" stems above the deeply lobed foliage. Hardy. Space 12-18" apart in sun to partial shade. They may go dormant in mid to late summer if stressed by high heat and drought, but will emerge again in fall when the weather cools. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 4-8. Aquilegia x 'McKana Giants' Deer tend to avoid.