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Delphinium Diamonds Blue

Delphinium grandiflorum ‘Diamonds Blue’

$43.00
Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter
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Eco Pot
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  • Pet Hazard:Toxic To Touch

  • Care Level:Plays Hard to Get

Delphinium (Delphinium grandiflorum 'Diamonds Blue') gives you the impression that the celestial stars have fallen from the sky during the big bang and are adorning this lacy stemmed plant forming a new galaxy. He's just the right altitude to captivate the birds, bees, and hummers to rotate around him. You'll be orbiting, too, when you see his luminosity! He grows between 16-24 inches tall and enjoys the rays of the sun in a cool climate with low humidity

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Delphinium Diamonds Blue
Delphinium Diamonds Blue
About Delphinium Diamonds Blue

Delicate vivid blue star-like flowers dance around on the hollow stem of this plant as if they are the opening attraction at the garden party! They are, of course! They love cool summers, low humidity, full sun, and consistent watering to keep the party going for all the other guests. So don't keep your guests waiting!

Care Level: Plays Hard to Get

Plays hard to get

Pet Friendly: No

Toxic if ingested

Origins: Africa, Iran

Africa, Iran

Fun Facts: Native Americans ...

Native Americans made blue dye with the blossoms of delphinium! In China, this flower has been a repellant to the larvae of mosquitoes, lice, and flies. In Turkey, the tubers and roots were used as herbal medicines to treat epilepsy, tetanus, rabies, and in Iran, to treat jaundice dropsy.

Delphinium grandiflorum ‘Diamonds Blue’ Care Guide

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