Upland Larkspur Wildflower Seeds
Upland Larkspur is a delicate display of 3 to 15 intense blue spurred flowers on a single stem up to 15-40cm (6-15in) tall. Blooming in early spring, it often attracts hummingbirds to its nectar-producing flowers. Upland Larkspur is widespread from southern BC through eastern Washington in low to mid elevations and in areas with fairly dry climates.
Upland Larkspur was once used as a charm by aboriginal women to obtain and hold the affection of men, and although highly poisonous, it was used as a fabric dye and blue paint. A tincture, made from the seeds was used to kill lice and mites.
Detailed germination instructions are inside the package.