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Flowers Index - Larkspur

Larkspur Info

There are two types of flowers that go by the name Larkspur; these are the Delphinium and the Consolida. The Larkspur is characterised by its lobed leaves and the straight nature of the stem that holds the flower itself. When it comes to colours, the Larkspur is seen in a variety of attractive ones like blue, red, purple, white and yellow. It normally has five sepals that resemble petals due to their colour and shape, as well as four actual small petals.

The point that has to be noted about the Larkspur flower is that it is extremely toxic to both human beings as well as animals. In humans, they are known to cause irritation to the skin and extreme digestive problems in case they are consumed. This is all about Larkspur flower in short.

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