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Upright plants with finely-cut feathery foliage grow 3-5 feet tall. In spring and early summer they produce a wealth of tall flower spikes densely set with 1-1.5 inch double flowers that are excellent for fresh cut or dried arrangements. Use at the back of borders or along fences and walls.
Flower colors include light blue, dark blue, carmine, lilac, pink, rose, salmon, and white.
Rich, rose-red flower spikes.
Rich, dark blue flower spikes.
Flowers the color of freshly fallen snow. Raise the temperature to 70° F., snow melts, milk curdles, and White King thrives. So there are differences too. Packet is 1,000 seeds.
Deep rose flower spikes.
Is it Lilac King, or White King, that truly deserves the throne? Our seeding has been done, and the G.I.J. (Giant Imperial Joust) commences soon.
Spread seed on an evenly moist paper towel, fold and put inside a zip-lock bag and place in the refrigerator for 2 weeks. Remove and immediately sow seeds in rows in prepared seed beds, covering lightly. Thin to 10-18 inches apart.
Growing Larkspur: Sow Larkspur from fall to early spring. Seeds can be started in small individual containers if not allowed to become root bound, and transplanted with care. Easy to germinate in cool (55° F. or below) soil.