delphinium


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any plant of the genus Delphinium having palmately divided leaves and showy spikes of variously colored spurred flowers

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The bride carried a bouquet featuring a base of blue hydrangeas with orange roses highlighting the volken blue delphiniums and wrapped in Midori silk ribbon.
to the left of delphinium blue, a crack in the windshield
Annual delphinium, by contrast, blooms without requiring any special attention and then self-sows, increasing its friendly presence in the garden from year to year.
flavifrons worker bees on Delphinium barbeyi and Aconitum columbianum, testing whether the two bee species had equal rates of nectar gain from the two flower types under controlled conditions.
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99, DOBBIES TROPICAL FLORAL CUSHION, PS10, TESCO ELIPSE SMALL SOFA IN FRASER TEAL WITH LIGHT LEGS, PS799, HOUSE BY JOHN LEWIS ARTIFICIAL DELPHINIUM, PS1.
DELPHINIUM | cuttings can be taken if you have sufficient growth.
Slugs are partial to delphinium foliage and they devour it early in the year, mainly because it's the first soft-leaved herbaceous plant through the ground.
DELPHINIUM They are among the most majestic of perennials in the cottage garden, throwing up towering spires in shades of blue, white, cream, lilac and pink varieties in midsummer.
DELPHINIUM claimed a 3-1 (3,143-3,003) win over Yarrow to stay atop the group one standings of the Filipino Club Tenpin Bowlers Monday Mixed League at Funland Centre.
Two arrangements of bells of Ireland, coral roses, Belladonna delphinium, stems of blush stock, and blue hydrangeas framed the entryway to the sanctuary.
Perennials: Alpine aster, catmint, columbine, coreopsis, delphinium, gaillardia, Jacob's ladder, 'Johnson's Blue' geranium, lamb's ears, lupine, Maltese cross, meadow rue, mountain bluet, painted daisy, peach-leafed bellflower, Oriental poppy, Shasta daisy, Siberian iris, yarrow.
And so the end of this book: "I place a delphinium, Blue, upon your grave.
DELPHINIUM cuttings can be taken if you have sufficient growth.