|The Barestem Larkspur is a member of
the Buttercup Family.
plant grows to 30 inches in height and can be found on gravelly mesas,
hillsides and open desert at elevations below 5000 feet. Leaves are dark
green to 2.5 inches in width.
Also known as Delphinium, the
Larkspur contains delphinine and other alkaloids. These toxins are
poisonous to humans and livestock.
The Barestem Larkspur typically blooms between March -
May, and produces blue flowers with a white center and a backwards