October 22, 2011
Isn’t the color alluring and the flower charming? Larkspur also attracts beneficial insects and bees to the garden. It’s easy to grow from seed and comes back every year. For all these reasons I like to plant it with my vegetables in the fall garden.
Larkspur seeds available here and from many seed purveyors:
- Renee’s Garden Seeds I love the descriptions and drawings. Click through to see the photos.
- Johnny’s Seeds Nine different colors sold individually and as a mixture.
- Swallowtail Garden Seeds in Santa Rosa, CA. Many other annual and perennial flower seeds available by mail.
- Etsy Didn’t know people sold seeds on Etsy.
Photo credit: Again, thank you to my cousin, Susan Bell.