Larkspur - Assorted Colors - Heirloom
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When in bloom, these big flower spikes are lovely in the garden and indoors in vases.
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Larkspur - Pink
I remember seeing the tall and stately spikes of Larkspur in your grandparents flower garden. When in bloom, these big flower spikes are lovely in the garden and indoors in vases. Colors include light and dark pink, blue, rose, lavender and white. Grandma always told us you could see a Bunny Face in the bloom.
Larkspur are members of the Delphinium family. There are many varieties of Larkspur, so it should not surprise you that they range in height from one to seven feet. Best of all, tall growing Larkspur plants produce flowers that burst into bloom in the spring when many other flowers are still weeks away.
Did you Know? Larkspurs can be poisonous to some animals, most notably cattle. Larkspur are started from seed. Directly sow Larkspur seeds into your flower garden after all danger of frost.
Sow seeds early in the season and cover lightly with 1/8" of garden soil. Space them 4 inches apart and thin seedlings to 10-12 inches apart.
Larkspurs are Rhizomes. You can separate the rhizomes of established plants and replant in new areas.
Happy Planting !! Leave your worries in the dirt as you pull the weeds.