Larkspur (noun)

A plant of the buttercup family with spikes of brightly colored, spurred flowers.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting the spur of a lark): from old english larke-sporu, from larke "lark" + sporu "spur".

Examples:

  1. The garden was filled with the beautiful blooms of larkspur.
  2. Larkspur is a popular cut flower for bouquets and floral arrangements.
  3. The larkspur was a favorite of the Victorian gardeners.
  4. Larkspur is often used in traditional medicine as a remedy for digestive and respiratory issues.
  5. The larkspur's delicate and intricate flowers are a joy to behold.
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