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Larkspur

The Larkspur flower or also known as Delphinium got its name from the appearance of its petals. Petals on the Larkspur flower resemble dolphins, which is why the ancient Greeks have it the name Delphinium. There are 250 species of this flower. Larkspur flower is often used as a cut flower since it can last in a vase for a good amount of time. It is a beautiful gift for almost anyone you love and can be a perfect gift for anniversaries or celebrations of any kind. Larkspur flower is not poisonous, but if you eat it, you might feel a slight discomfort and pain in your stomach

Description

The Larkspur flower’s message is to always protect those you love and to never let anyone harm them. This flower is also a symbol of celebration, enjoying life and never missing out on good opportunities. The larkspur flower has different meanings ascribed to it over the years by various cultures.

The Larkspur flower or Delphinium, was also a symbol of positive communication and interactions. This flower was used as protection against bad spirits and other negative emotions that followed people around. To protect them from the negativity in the world, the Larkspur flower was often carried in pockets and used as a symbol of good luck and protection against evil. Linked to the symbolism of protection, the Larkspur flower’s smell used to scare away the scorpions, which is another reason why this flower was considered to be a protective force.

 

Significance

  • Celebration
  • Enjoying Life
  • July Birth Month
  • New Chances
  • Protection
  • Reaching Success

 

Colour & Symbolism

  • White:  Innocence & Purity
  • Blue:  Support & Trust
  • Purple: Beauty, Love, Royalty & Spirituality
  • Pink: Romance & Gentle feelings
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