THE LARKSPUR & THE WATER LILY
The larkspur, also known as a delphinium, can grow to be one to eight feet tall. A flower that loves the cool weather, it blooms through the summer and into the fall. The color of a larkspur carries a specific meaning. For example, a pink larkspur stands for capriciousness, while a purple or blue one denotes sweetness. A white larkspur stands for purity and joy. Though larkspurs are a beautiful addition to any garden, they are poisonous to both humans and pets.
Water lilies are sometimes referred to as the “queens of the water.” They are fragrant aquatic plants found in a variety of colors, including pink, white, orange, blue, and red. The water lily can grow to be six inches in height. Water lilies open their petals in the morning and close them in the afternoon. This hardy bloom symbolizes life and can survive in many different climates.