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Image of Collinsia verna photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Spring Blue-eyed Mary)

Delicate little blue and white two-lipped flowers decorate this sweet cool season annual for around three weeks in spring or summer, depending on geography. The low-growing plants tend to grow in moist forested areas where soil is rich and sunlight dappled.

The small ephemeral plants have oval to lance-shaped leaves that are opposite and clasp the stems. The plants survive through winter and flower when temperatures become favorable in spring. Lots of little two-lipped flowers are produced in...

Image of Consolida ajacis photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Rocket Larkspur)

This colorful Mediterranean annual bears branched, upright spires of spurred, single or double flowers closely resembling those of hybrid delphiniums. Commonly called larkspur, it was once listed under the genus Delphinium, but is now classified separately. Its blue, pink or white blooms open from late spring to midsummer, and are pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply divided foliage. After flowering, the plants form seed and decline...

Image of Consolida ajacis

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Consolida ajacis

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Consolida ajacis

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Consolida ajacis

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Consolida ajacis

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Consolida ajacis (EXQUISITE SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

(Rocket Larkspur)

Forked larkspur originates from southern Europe and southwestern Asia, where it is commonly found in meadows, abandoned fields and waste areas. From late spring to midsummer, this showy annual displays clouds of small, single, spurred flowers which are typically vivid blue, but may occasionally be pink or white. The blossoms are held in loose spikes at the ends of slender, many-branched stems, and are pollinated by bees, moths and butterflies. The feathery foliage is bright green, softly hairy,...

Image of Coreopsis tinctoria photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Dyer's Tickseed, Golden Tickseed)

Blooming profusely in summer with yellow and maroon daisies, the Dyer's or golden tickseed is a tall, robust wildflower that’s great for naturalizing. Native to the Great Plains of central North America, it is a fast-growing annual or short-lived perennial that becomes covered with flowers from mid to late-summer and sometimes into fall, if plants are deadheaded.

Its fine green leaves are long and thickest along its long, branched, stiff stems. It has a very long, tall, top heavy habit, so it...