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Page Type: Album

Object Title: Larkspur

Image Type(s): Flora


Page By: tarol

Created/Edited: Mar 16, 2007 / Mar 17, 2007

Object ID: 278544

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Larkspur are in the genus Delphinium and include 250 species of flowering plants in the Buttercup Family. They are native throughout the northern Hemisphere and also on the high mountains in Africa. The leaves are deeply lobed with 3-7 pointed lobes. The flowers have 5 petals which are joined together to form a hollow flower with a spur at one end. They are usually pink, blue, purple, red, yellow, or white.

Feel free to attach your photo of wild larkspur flowers here :)



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theronmoonAwesome flower


Voted 10/10

I love these flowers. I'm growing Delphinium cardinalis in my garden right now. Great page.
Posted Mar 17, 2007 4:52 am

tarolRe: Awesome flower


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Thanks! :)
Posted Mar 17, 2007 12:08 pm

SoCalHikerGorgeous flowers...


Voted 10/10

Very nice album. I will add some pictures to this album soon. Actually, the colored "petals" you see are actually sepals, forming the hollow spur. The true petals are inside. Thanks for posting this album.
Posted May 27, 2010 12:07 pm

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