Definition of Larkspurs

1. Noun. (plural of larkspur) ¹



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Definition of Larkspurs

1. larkspur [n] - See also: larkspur

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Larkspurs

larked
larker
larkers
larkier
larkiest
larkily
larkiness
larkinesses
larking
larkings
larkish
larklike
larks
larksome
larkspur
larkspurs (current term)
larky
larmier
larmiers
larmor radius
larn
larnakes
larnax
larned
larnin
larning
larnite
larnites
larns
larnt

Literary usage of Larkspurs

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1. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse by Edward Step (1896)
"Most of the Rocket larkspurs are descended from this species. D. CONSOLIDA (joined in one). 12 to 18 inches; more branched, racemes shorter, petals joined, ..."

2. Popular Garden Flowers: Anemones, Asters, Begonias ... [et Al.] by Walter Page Wright (1911)
"As a matter of fact, all larkspurs are Delphiniums, but the distinction will serve. The extension of borders for herbaceous plants has led to a demand for ..."

3. Observation Lessons on Plant Life: A Guide to the Teacher. A Two Years by Beverley Ussher, Dorothy Jebb (1903)
"... are annuals, larkspurs furnish both tall and dwarf perennial plants, and these being in full bloom at present we propose to study the flower carefully. ..."

4. Studies in Gardening by Arthur Clutton-Brock (1916)
"Unfortunately, it is very easy to obtain double larkspurs in which the form of the flowers is spoilt; and also to obtain larkspurs tinged or freaked with ..."

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