- any of numerous plants of the genus Delphinium, especially any of various tall, cultivated species having usually blue, pink, or white flowers.
Origin of delphinium
Examples from the Web for delphinium
Historical Examples of delphinium
Shortly after this the Lacedaemonians captured Delphinium and Eion.Hellenica
In the Delphinium, the upper sepal is prolonged into a spur.Everyday Objects
W. H. Davenport Adams
Delphinium and Hollyhock and some others do not thrive in this section.Beautiful Gardens in America
On the other hand, suppose you were to attend a meeting of peony, delphinium, or dahlia growers.
Now, are the problems of those who are interested in nuts more like those of the peach or the delphinium grower?
- any ranunculaceous plant of the genus Delphinium: many varieties are cultivated as garden plants for their spikes of blue, pink, or white spurred flowersSee also larkspur