M. Clos mentions a case wherein the carpels of delphinium dictyocarpum were hypertrophied.
Shortly after this the Lacedaemonians captured delphinium and Eion.
Trees rose high above the small house, and inside the fence were tall spires of delphinium, bluer than the sky.
In the delphinium, the upper sepal is prolonged into a spur.
The gardener had gone to the War, and Veronica was in the garden, weeding the delphinium border.
I have found that the white varieties of delphinium consolida and of the Stock are the truest.
Reduction of the staminal whorl is also not unfrequent in Trifolium repens and T. hybridum, and has been seen in delphinium, &c.
delphinium, del-fin′i-um, n. a genus of Ranunculace comprising the larkspurs and stavesacre.
This supposed law is contradicted by the hyacinth, pansy, delphinium cardinale, and many other plants.
They are, however, perhaps most easily distin30 guished in the branching or autumnal Larkspur (delphinium consolida).