LARKSPUR, delphinium consoled ‘Pink’Settler Hives
Commonly named Larkspur because it is thought the blossoms look like a lark (bird) in flight. The original scientific name was derived from the Greek word for dolphin because the flower buds can also apparently resemble dolphins.
Even if you can’t see the supposed bird/dolphin/giraffe/spotted zebra, you’ll enjoy the graceful tall pink flowers on 50cm high stems.
Perfect for displaying in vases! Attracts bees, butterflies and stretches your imagination.