About Plant Larkspur - Giant Imperial Mix. Resembles its perennial cousin the delphinium in bloom but is more delicate. The foliage is quite feathery and light and the colors range from deep blue to pale blue, pink, lilac and white. An excellent choice for cut flowers, Larkspur is a native of Greece. Larkspur is a tough, hardy perennial with tall spikes and bunches of colourful flowers growing on them vertically. Larkspur is an annual flower with delicate flowers with shades of pink, violet, white and lavender. With elegant stalks growing up to 4 feet, Larkspur looks great in clusters or mixed with other flowers and is a generally non-fussy plant. For the best blooms, plant Larkspur in full sun. Plant along a wall or other structure to avoid staking. Though a drought-tolerant plant, Larkspur will tend to become week in prolonged dry spells and lack of sunlight. Larkspur is not an edible flower.
Propagation SEED TYPE: Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated And Non-GMO PLANT: Tall Spikes With Blooms Grow Up To 3.5 To 4 Feet FLOWER: Blooms On Vertical Stalks With Feathery Foliage COLOUR: Deep Blue, Rose Pink, Pink, Purple & White SPECIFICATIONS: Great As A Companion Flower And Cut Flower
||Easy to grow
|Preferred climate||18-22 Degree C|
|Germination Time||7 to 10 days|
|Season to plant||Aug,Sept,Oct or in Jan,Feb,March|
To provide borders at Garden corners, Garden pathways, Garden .
To form flower beds in garden.
Great Choice For Pavement Gardens, Flower Beds And Hanging Planters .