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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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PHLOX have fairly solid stems but those of lupins, delphiniums and most labiates become hollow quickly.
Delphiniums also add greatly to the height of the garden.
Most delphiniums need staking although some of the Elatum hybrids, such as 'Mighty Atom' and 'Lord Butler' have spires which will cope well in windy conditions.
Rosskopf and Kokalis-Burelle completed large-scale demonstration field trials comparing the effectiveness of two recently developed fumigants with methyl bromide at two Florida sites, one where they are raising delphiniums and the other caladiums.
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.
Think delphiniums, sweet peas, peony roses, hydrangea, tea roses, stock and snapdragon.
lt;p>Traditional garden delphiniums (Elatum Group) are held to be offspring from the blue flowering Delphinium elatum, which hails from the mountainous zones of central Europe, extending east.
And continue to support tall flowerers such as delphiniums.
I recalled how often I stand amazed at the unparalleled ingenuity and imaginative beauty of flowers--morning glory, fuchsias, delphiniums, gentians; or the ten or more bird varieties that visit our town garden, from green woodpeckers to wrens; the exquisite colourings of the red admiral and peacock butterflies.
Delphiniums, sometimes called larkspurs, whose densely flowered spires are beloved by all, should also be planted now.
Protect young, tender shoots of delphiniums and hostas from slugs.
Delphiniums, foxgloves, hollyhocks, and verbascum provide the perfect accents, punctuating beds and borders with statuesque candles of bloom.
PLANT | of the week: MONKSHOOD IF you like delphiniums, you might like this plant.
FOR bigger and better blooms in the perennial border, thin down the number of shoots to half a dozen per plant of delphiniums, heleniums, lupins and phlox.