Delphinium-silk flower/simulation flower-ss110
Delphinium, the Latin name: Consolida ajacis (L.) Schur, is a perennial herb of the Dicotyledon, Ranunculus, Ranunculaceae, and Delphinium genus. Because of its unique flower shape, it resembles a swallow, hence its name. The flower diameter is about 4 cm, elegant in shape and attractive; 35 to 65 cm high, the stem is sparsely branched, and the leaves are palmately split. The raceme has 3-15 flowers, petal-like, blue or purple-blue, 1.5-1.8 cm long. Delphinium is a taproot plant with few fibrous roots. It is suitable for direct seeding and transplantation with soil mass.
The stem is about 60 cm high, and the inflorescence is slightly curved pubescent, branched above the middle. The leaves on the lower part of the stem have long stalks, which wither during flowering, and the leaves above the middle have short stalks; the leaves are 3 cm long, palmately lobed, narrow linear lobes 0.4-1 mm wide and pubescent.
Inflorescence stems or branch tops; lower bracts are leaf-like, upper bracts are small, undivided, linear; pedicel is 0.7-2.8 cm long; bracteoles grow near the middle of pedicel, small strips; sepals are purple, pink or white , Broadly ovate, about 1.2 cm long, sparsely pubescent outside the center, about 1.6 cm long from subulate; petals have three lobes, the middle lobes are about 5 mm long, the apex is two-lobed, and the lateral lobes are with the middle The lobes are exhibited at right angles, ovate; anthers are about 1 mm long.
The follicles are 1.8 cm long, straight, densely pubescent, with slightly raised veins and not very obvious. The seeds are about 2 mm long.
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