July Larkspur

A photo of the July Birthday Flower larkspur charm
Image enlarged for detail
Actual size is 7/8" diameter 

Botanical Name: Consolida, Delphinium

Message: Fickleness, levity

A plant that prefers a cooler climate, the larkspur is named after the shape of its flower, 
which resembles the claw of a bird.

Another flower with roots in Greek mythology, the story of the Larkspur is that after Achille’s death during the Battle of Troy, his armor was to go the the most valiant remaining warrior. When it was awarded to Ulysses, Ajax threw himself on his sword, and the larkspur grew from his drops of blood spilled on the ground.

 

 

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