Rocky Mountain Columbine wad discovered in 1820 on Pike’s Peak by mountain climber Edwin James. The white and lavender Columbine was adopted as the official state flower on April 4, 1899, by an act of the General Assembly after winning the vote of Colorado’s school children. It is a lovely flower with a rich aroma to attract bees, hummingbirds and butterflies to it’s nectar. 

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