GWS would make the trip to Vail just for the open kitchen and stellar service of larkspur.
Monkshoods have almost as much charm as their cousins Columbine and larkspur, with a quaintness and individuality all their own.
Tincture of larkspur, or an ointment made from the seeds, may also be used.
The tree-shadows were painted pools of lupin, azure lakes; or they were purple seas of larkspur.
He jumped to his feet as Rebecca Mary and Peter rounded the larkspur.
Koswell and larkspur are bad eggs—and if they can drag you down with them they will do it.
“I suppose he is thinking of Koswell and larkspur,” said Dick.
The hanging lamps were gay with asters, larkspur, and gorse.
“No, larkspur, we have something of more importance to do,” answered Tom.
The Blue larkspur, like many other species of larkspur, is poisonous to stock.