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Lark Spur, Delphinium is a Blooming Herbaceous Perennial

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. 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 4 to 8 but thrive best in climates with mild winters and damp, cool summers. This plant must replant every three years or so.

Lark Spur, Delphinium makes Beautiful Cuttings, Rock Gardens and in Landscaping

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 various 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 in 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, Delphinium is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping

You got a piece of good news, and now you can choose multiple varieties of the plant Larkspur. All of them have a few differences in color and plant base. 

 The genus Consolida comprises herbaceous perennials native to the temperate regions of Asia, Europe, and North America. Most species are grown as garden plants but are short-lived compared to other plants. Larkspur's common name is shared between them and the spurges (Euphorbia) in the same family. They are also sometimes called Delphiniums. 

The number of species accepted as true larkspurs is a matter of debate; some botanists accept only Consolida (considered here), while others accept up to 18 species, including such well-known garden plants as Delphinium exaltation (Larkspur) and D. Elatum (Larkspur). In general, the delphiniums have more deeply divided leaves than those of Consolida, particularly at the base of the plant. Most delphiniums also have flowers borne on scapes separate from the leaf stem; in Consolida, they are delivered on the leaf stem or not much above it.

Its height and long-lasting flowers make it worthwhile for cutting. The leaves are opposite, 5–15 cm long and 2–5 cm broad on a 10–30 cm stem. The flower has five petals that form a curved spire 2–4 cm long; the upper three petals are blue to purple with white streaks, while the lower two are white with purple stripes.

Tall varieties grow up to 3 feet tall and produce flowers in shades of pink and lavender. Smaller types measure between 12-18 inches tall and have blue or white blossoms. The flowers are most showy when massed together in groups of several stems.

The Larkspur has many varieties with slightly different leaves and flower heads, but they all have tall stems with blue, pink, or white flowers. Some are single-flowered, others double-flowered. They grow directly from the main branch without leaves. The stems and leaves are covered in prickles which can easily penetrate gloves, so use care when pulling them out of your garden!

The essential oil derived from Larkspur plants has powerful antiseptic properties that can effectively treat ear infections. To treat an ear infection, apply 3-5 drops of the oil into the ear canal. That will help to reduce pain and eliminate any pus or excess fluid present in the ear. Make sure to use only natural larkspur oil for this purpose; avoid using any substitutes as they may have adverse side effects on your health.

Historically, the plant has been used as a medicinal herb by Native Americans to treat various ailments, including constipation, headaches, and fevers. The people who want to cure their diseases with natural ways should purchase Larkspur Perennials because it's an ultimate remedy to treat such problems. 

The plant is also often used as an ornamental plant in flower arrangements. Larkspur plants grow best in full or partial sunlight. They need well-drained soil that is moist but not wet. They can be propagated via seed or cuttings.

Larkspur is an excellent choice for growing along a garden path that can spill over a wall or rock ledge. It also makes a colorful edging plant for flower beds or borders to climb up a trellis or drape over fences. Because it grows well in partial shade, Larkspur can be grown under tall trees where it will not be scorched by the hot afternoon sun. Where winters are mild, Larkspur may be developed as a perennial, but colder regions will have to treat it annually. Buy your favorite plant Larkspur Perennials, for sale from us at a reasonable price.                                                                                                                                       


Light: Part sunlight, Full sun

Height at maturity:  1 to 3 feet

Width: 6-18 inches wide

Ship as: Bareroot

Season Features:  Spring Bloom Summer Bloom

Problem Solvers: Deer Resistant Drought Tolerant

Special Features: Low Maintenance Good for Containers Cut Flower

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Additional Information

Plant Name- Botanical Name - Larkspur - Viola Pedatifida Hardy Planting Zones- 3-8 Sun or Shade ??Sun and Part Shade Mature Height - 6-9" Mature Width- 6-9" Bloom Season ??Late Spring (April to June) Gardener Status- Beginner
Planting Zones 4-8
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  • 5

    My objective of having this in my frontyard is to attract birds to play around my space. So lovely watching them and even listening them.

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