dried fower larkspur


Delphinium consolida

Double dark pink, light pink, dark purple, light purple, true blue or white shaded dried flower blooms densely set along tall, tapering spikes.


Common Name(s)  
Height 36 - 48 inches.
Cultivar Regal, Royal Country, Giant Imperial
Propagation Sow direct in early spring or late fall. Difficult to transplant.
Cultivation Full or partial sun in average soil. Flowers best in cool weather.
Harvest Cut Larkspur when about half the flowers on the stem are completely open.
Drying Hang larkspur upside down in dry, dark, open, airy place.
Uses Larkspur is a excellent dried flower by itself or as a dried flower accent.
Often errantly referred to as the dried flower Delphinium (a perennial)

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