delphiniumnoun [ C ]uk /delˈfɪn.i.əm/ us /delˈfɪn.i.əm/ also larkspur,
Examples from literature
- As the lilies faded and the delphinium grew old and went to seed, the old stalks were cut away.
- To the south of the delphiniums was a great bank of bridal wreath chrysanthemums, white as the driven snow.
- Trees rose high above the small house, and inside the fence were tall spires of delphinium, bluer than the sky.