Delphiniums (Larkspurs)

Introducing our stunning collection of Delphiniums, also known as Larkspur! These beautiful perennial plants are the perfect addition to any garden or flower bed, offering a burst of color and elegance with their tall spikes of showy, brightly colored flowers. Order now and experience the beauty of these magnificent flowers for yourself!

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Delphiniums (Larkspurs)

Our larkspur delphinium collection features a wide range of colors, including shades of blue, purple, pink, and white, so you're sure to find the perfect match for your garden. Delphiniums are known for their hardiness and easy maintenance, making them the ideal choice for gardeners of all levels. They thrive in cool climates and well-drained soil, and with proper care, they will return year after year, providing a stunning display of color each time. Whether you're looking to add a pop of color to your garden or create a beautiful flower bed, our Delphinium collection is sure to delight.

Tips and interesting facts for Growing Beautiful Delphiniums

  • Bareroot Delphiniums are plants that are sold without soil around their roots, they are often shipped in this way because it is cheaper and more practical than shipping potted plants. 
  • Delphiniums are typically propagated from root cuttings, and these root cuttings are used to grow bareroot plants. 
  • Bareroot Delphiniums are often less expensive than potted plants. 
  • When planting bareroot Delphiniums, it's important to plant them as soon as possible after receiving them, as the roots can dry out quickly if left exposed to the air. 
  • Bareroot Delphiniums should be planted in a well-draining soil and watered thoroughly after planting to help establish the roots.
  • Delphiniums prefer full sun to partial shade, and they require regular watering. They are hardy plants that can come back year after year with proper care. 
  • Delphiniums are popular as ornamental plants in gardens and flower beds, they are also used as cut flowers. - Some Delphinium species are toxic, and care should be taken if growing them around children and pets. 
  • Delphiniums are known for their tall spikes of showy, brightly colored flowers, and they come in many colors including blue, purple, pink, and white.