Water Lily & Larkspur
Also called the "heel of larks" by William Shakespeare, pleasant gentleman moved compact flowers traditionally found in southern Europe. The Larkspur can now grow revenues across North America and is a beautiful addition to any garden.Has its name from the flower Larkspur, 5 petals that grow together to form a cavity with a spur at the end. The Larkspur flowers in a variety of colors with the most well known are white, pink and purple or violet.
This complicated flower is said to evoke joy and a sweet disposition, but is highly toxic and is said to be one of the main causes of poisoning and deaths of animals on farms in the United States. Her black seeds are poisonous if consumed, even if it is used in the past to protect the hair nits and lice to humans. The flower juice, when mixed with alum produced a blue ink, which can be used for textile dyeing and writing; and it is said that the citizens of Transylvania flower used to protect the stables witches.The Larkspur and Delphinium is blooming in late spring and are pollinated by butterflies and bees, and is a beautiful addition to any garden or flower unique design.
Those lucky enough to be born in July the water lily flower called birth. This exotic looking plant flowers throughout the year in temperate and tropical climates around the world, like a wildflower in Edmonton, Alberta. Water Lily comes in a variety of colors and then the Indian legend, was originally a star fall from heaven.The water lily is often exchanged with lotus flower, Buddhist symbol of enlightenment and the national flower of Bangladesh (in the blue water lily is the national flower of Sri Lanka.)
It is the leaves and flowers growing on the surface of the water while the plant remains rooted to the ground. These are often used as ornamental plants for their beauty, and set in the peaceful nature like a flower, and is represented in the vernacular of a series of paintings by Monet.If it is used as a decorative flower or a symbol of joy, the water lily is definitely a positive addition to any backyard pond.