Lark Spur add a pop of color to your landscape setting.
Also known by its scientific name Delphinium consolida, this plant is a member of the Ranunculaceae family. It produces a riot of blooms in shades of white, blue, red or violet and light green foliage. The bloom period is typically from late spring to late summer and flowers are pollinated by bees and birds. This herbaceous perennial ranges from dwarf varieties to plants that reach over 6 feet in height.
Larkspur grows best in partial shade or full sun and in moist soil that is well-drained. USDA hardiness zones for this plant are 2 to 10 but thrives best in climates with mild winters and damp, cool summers. This plant must be replanted every three years or so.
This perennial plant is best known for its gorgeous blooms in a multitude of color options.
These flowers make beautiful cuttings, rock gardens or plants are used as specimen trees in the landscape. This plant is also desired by those who want to attract a variety of birds into their landscape settings. Hummingbirds are known to frequent areas where these plants thrive.
Larkspur is also known as Delphinium Trichome. The Larkspur is a fast growing perennial and will thrive in moist to various soil types. This flower will add an abundance of color to a garden. It will look great in natural areas.
It will grow best in areas that have full sunlight and partial sunlight. This flower will have lots of blue blooms that will add significant color to gardens. This perennial will grow to be 2 to 4 feet tall when fully grown and natural areas. It will look great during the spring months and when hot weather arrives the flowers will begin to fade. This flower will reseed itself and will grow thicker each year. It will be straightforward to care for and grow.
Lark Spur Ships As – Bareroot Plant