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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Loving The Larkspur










12 comments:

  1. Your Larkspur is looking lovely. Such lovely delicate looking spikes of flowers.

    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. Beautiful. DO you have to reseed or does it come up on its own? You really have some gorgeous flowers.

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  3. Larkspur is such a wonderful gift out here on the prairies!

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  4. Ooh, la, la!! LOVE the pink ones!

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  5. I guess so, I would to. They are delightful and oh so pretty.

    FlowerLady

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  6. Beautiful photos. I've never grown Larkspur. What a grand show!

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  7. My grandmother had Larkspur throughout her garden. As a child I thought that was a magical place. Thanks for the memories.

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  8. Love the Lockspur and all of the colors... My fav is the purple...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. The larkspur are very pretty, I've only managed to grow them once. I am a bit jealous of yours.

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  10. I have really enjoyed my huge patch of self-seeded larkspur this spring. I noticed yesterday that they are fizzling out, so I want to cut them down to prevent some of the self-seeding. A couple weeks ago, I noticed a male ruby throated hummer feasting on them. .I haven't been still since to see if he is still hanging around!

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  11. Your larkspur is beautiful, nice collection indeed. Meg was mad I did not save any larkspur seeds last year. Still they came up everywhere.

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