Larkspurs

Larkspurs
Larkspurs bloom in early summer - bees are fed by the blooms and finches feed on the seeds that form later. Flowers dry perfectly and are excellent in dried arrangements.

Averial's Ultraviolet Larkspur
(Consolida orientalis) Grown by Jefferson at Monticello and a favorite US heirloom, these tall flowering larkspurs bloom in the early summer. The blooms are pretty in the vase and hold their color perfectly when dried. Leave seeds in the strong stalks to dry for finches and other seed eating birds. This is our great-great Aunt Averial’s variety, an especially vivid blue-purple that has been passed down in our family since the early 1900s. Most/full sun - Reseeding Annual - 3-4 feet - 100+ seeds/pack.
$2.59
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Rocket Mix Larkspur
(Consolida orientalis) Grown by Jefferson at Monticello and a favorite US heirloom, these tall flowering larkspurs bloom in the early summer. Leave seeds in the strong stalks to dry for finches and other seed eating birds. Flowers dry perfectly – cut when just opened and hang upside-down to dry. Blooms are often used in fresh or dried arrangements and crafts like wreaths. This ia a mix of vivid colors - white, pinks, and purples - gorgeous in the early summer garden! 3-5 feet. Reseeding Annual. 50+ seeds/pack.
$2.59
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