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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Delphinium)

Delphinium ‘Percival’ produces long spires of white and black flowers which tower over the garden in early to midsummer. A Pacific Giant hybrid, it is part of the Round Table Series, each of which features a name relevant to Camelot. Its spurred, semi-double flowers are densely packed on very tall stems, and feature small black “bees”, or central tufts of stamens. The showy blooms arise from clumps of deeply-lobed, rich green foliage, and are visited by hummingbirds, bees and butterflies.

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(Delphinium, Larkspur, Pure White Delphinium)

Delphinium ‘Pure White’ lends elegance to the summer garden with its heaven-reaching spires of crisp white, semi-double flowers. The pristine blooms are borne densely on tall spikes from early to midsummer, and sometimes feature a small green “bee”, or central tuft of stamens. They rise above mounds of rich green, deeply lobed foliage, and are visited by butterflies, bees and hummingbirds.

Delphiniums prefer full sun and moist, fertile, well-drained, slightly alkaline soil. Thriving in areas...

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Yoder Brothers

(Delphinium, Larkspur, Summer Blues Delphinium)

The compact, bushy habit and long bloom time of ‘Summer Blues’ makes this delphinium an especially desirable garden perennial. In summer it produces many loose flower spikes covered with spurred, five-petaled blue flowers. These are sturdy and well branched, so unlike other delphiniums, they do not require staking. Deadhead plants regularly to promote continued flowering.

These plants perform best in full sun, evenly moist soil and appreciate regular fertilization. They do not appreciate areas...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Delphinium)

The dwarf, bushy habit and long bloom time of delphiniums in the Summer Series make these sweet garden perennials especially desirable. In summer 'Summer Cloud' produces plentiful, loose spikes covered with spurred, five-petaled flowers of sky blue with white centers (called bees). These are short, sturdy and well branched, so unlike other delphiniums, they do not require staking. Regular deadheading will help promote flowering.

These plants perform best in full sun, evenly moist soil with good...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Delphinium, Larkspur, Summer Morning Delphinium)

The diminutive size and floriferous nature of delphinium 'Summer Morning' make this sweet garden perennial especially desirable. From late spring through midsummer it produces short, sturdy, well-branched stems covered generously with single, pastel-pink flowers. The spurred, five-petaled blooms appear above low mounds of rich green, deeply divided foliage, and may be visited by bees and butterflies.

Plant ‘Summer Morning’ in full sun and moist, fertile, well-drained, slightly alkaline soil....

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Yoder Brothers

(Delphinium, Larkspur, Summer Nights Delphinium)

The compact, bushy habit and long bloom time of ‘Summer Nights’ makes this delphinium an especially desirable garden perennial. In summer it produces many loose flower spikes covered with spurred, five-petaled flowers of dark indigo blue. These are sturdy and well branched, so unlike other delphiniums, they do not require staking. Deadhead plants regularly to promote continued flowering.

These plants perform best in full sun, evenly moist soil and appreciate regular fertilization. They do not...

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James H. Schutte

(Delphinium, Larkspur, Pacific Giant Summer Skies Larkspur)

The diminutive size and floriferous nature of delphinium 'Summer Skies' make this sweet garden perennial especially desirable. From early to midsummer it produces short, sturdy, well-branched stems covered generously with single, pale blue flowers. The spurred, five-petaled blooms appear above low mounds of rich green, deeply divided foliage, and may be visited by bees and butterflies.

Plant ‘Summer Skies’ in full sun and moist, fertile, well-drained, slightly alkaline soil. As with other...

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Yoder Brothers

(Delphinium, Larkspur, Summer Stars Delphinium)

The diminutive size and floriferous nature of delphinium 'Summer Stars' make this sweet garden perennial especially desirable. From early to midsummer it produces short, sturdy, well-branched stems covered generously with single, pure white flowers. The spurred, five-petaled blooms appear above low mounds of rich green, deeply divided foliage, and may be visited by bees and butterflies.

Plant ‘Summer Stars’ in full sun and moist, fertile, well-drained, slightly alkaline soil. As with other...

(Aurora Delphinium)

The Aurora Series of larkspur includes plants that are vigorous, early flowering perennial that densely lines its tall flower spikes with blossoms. The deeply lobed, green foliage is accented by a showy display of semi-double (extra petals) flowers, on very tall spikes from late spring to midsummer. Butterflies and hummingbirds will visit the blossoms, called florets, which are available in a range of colors including white, purple, lavender and medium blue. This is an elatum-type delphinum group.

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(Belladonna Delphinium)

Delphiniums in the Belladonna Group are highly regarded for their tall, airy, branched spikes of flowers which bloom in numerous shades of blue and white. These hybrids were developed through extensive breeding of various species native to Asia and North America. Their spurred, five-petaled blossoms are borne on slender, branched stems from early to late summer. Somewhat resembling “elf caps”, the showy blooms are also attractive to bees and butterflies. They rise from basal clumps of lush green,...