Delphinium decorum plant is easily grown in the loamy soil. Delphinium consists of at least 300 species some are biennials, others are perennials or annuals. It belongs to the Ranunculaceae plant family. Generally Delphinium decorum plant is found in thickest as well as moist forests.
Common name: coastal larkspur and yellow tinge larkspur
Scientific name: Delphinium decorum
|Flower Size||1-3 inches|
|Attracts||Butterflies as well as pollinators|
|Plant type||Native Plant, Poisonous, Wildflower|
|Flower color||Deep blue to purple, white|
|Flower bloom||During All spring|
|Leaf Length||3-6 inches|
|Leaf Width||3-6 inches|
|Water||Once or twice a week|
|Sun||Full Sun as well as Part Shade.|
|Texture||High Organic Matter|
|Origin||This wildflower is endemic to California. In addition, it grows on the slopes of the coastal ranges in the San Francisco Bay Area and north.|
How to care for Decorum?
Delphinium decorum plant best grows in particular full and bright sunlight.
They need specifically a well-drained, fertile, and loamy soil for best growth.
Delphiniums decorum plant needs regular water during all summer season. Rainwater is also best for this plant, but it likes to be moist. However, avoid Overwatering the plant.
Use slow-release liquid fertilizer in each two to three week, but avoid high nitrogen fertilizer.
Prune the delphinium decorum plant during fall flowering, then prune again in the spring season.
Use of decorum plant:
Delphinium decorum plants are useful in places such as rock gardens, borders, and patio containers.
Decorum plant growth:
The height of the delphinium decorum plant is one to four feet in some months.
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