DELPHINIUM BICOLOR 


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This striking plant may be found at various locations, usually prairie to subalpine habitat. In Waterton Lakes Park it reaches up to alpine ridges and there reduced in height it can form clumps of short stems carrying large flowers of unparalleled blue coloUr, above mostly basal leaves, which are deeply divided into five, lobed leaflets. As with other members of this genera this plant contain alkaloid delphinine, which is poisonous.





 


The common name of Delphinium bicolor is Low or Montana Larkspur.





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