This plant has a mild fragrance
This herbaceous perennial is a great plant to add to any garden with its bright colours that stand out, along with being get for attracting hummingbirds, butterflies and bees.
How to propagate Delphinium
Sow seeds in late winter until early summer into trays filled with John Innes Seed Compost and cover with clear plastic, provide bottom heat and maintain temperature at 18-24C(65 -75F). Remove the cover when the seedlings appear, approximately in 2 to 3 weeks, Prick out into 7cm pots when large enough to handle. Plant out after the last frosts.
Special features of Delphinium