(Consolida orientalis) Grown by Jefferson at Monticello and a favorite US heirloom, these tall flowering larkspurs bloom in the early summer. Leave seeds in the strong stalks to dry for finches and other seed eating birds. Flowers dry perfectly – cut when just opened and hang upside-down to dry. Blooms are often used in fresh or dried arrangements and crafts like wreaths. This ia a mix of vivid colors - white, pinks, and purples - gorgeous in the early summer garden! 3-5 feet. Reseeding Annual. 50+ seeds/pack.