Beautiful Texas Native
I want to show this beautiful Texas Native that grows without water on crappy hill country soil. Delphinium Carolinianum, or perennial Larkspur. It comes in varying colors from dark blues to white. I am going to be collecting more seed from various patches that I have identified. One needs to abrade the seed to get quick germination. My first experiment , I just threw out seed on my land 10 years ago and some are slowly germinating now. later , I abraded the seed and planted in the warm fall and a got a lot of rosettes. They grow slow for me but I don't water once established. maybe in your well attended gardens they would grow faster. They lived through the drought without water, just no blooms.I think seed is available from Native American Seed. I want MORE plants.