I gather the larkspur
Over the hillside, Blown mid the chaos Of boulder and bellbine; Hating the tyrant Who made me an outcast, Who of his leisure Now spares me no moment: Drinking the mountain spring, Shading at noon-day Under the cypress My limbs from the sun glare.
You see, I have been about horses ever since I was twelve years old, in hunting stables, and racing stables; and being small, ye see, I was jockey for several years; but at the Goodwood, ye see, the turf was very slippery and my poor Larkspur
got a fall, and I broke my knee, and so of course I was of no more use there.
It was the arm of a Saxon goddess; but no immortal had that exquisite, homely naturalness; and Philip thought of a cottage garden with the dear flowers which bloom in all men's hearts, of the hollyhock and the red and white rose which is called York and Lancaster, and of love--in-a-mist and Sweet William, and honeysuckle, larkspur
, and London Pride.
Beth had old-fashioned fragrant flowers in her garden, sweet peas and mignonette, larkspur
, pinks, pansies, and southernwood, with chickweed for the birds and catnip for the pussies.
'She's coming!' cried the Larkspur
. 'I hear her footstep, thump, thump, thump, along the gravel-walk!'
An' th' woman in th' shop threw in a packet o' white poppy an' one o' blue larkspur
when I bought th' other seeds."
Round the semicircle on the south side of the little privet hedge two rows of annual larkspurs
in all their delicate shades have been sown, and just beyond the larkspurs
, on the grass, is a semicircle of standard tea and pillar roses.
Pence Construction is requesting bids for the construction of the Larkspur
Community Center in Bend, OR.
contains a powerful number of toxins: alkaloids such as delphinine, delphisine, delpinoidine, staphisagrine and aconitic acid.
The move-in ready homes now for sale are the Hyacinth, Larkspur
and Waterleaf -- all ranches.
| IF the ground feels warm enough, you could sow directly annual seeds such as nigella and larkspur