Carolina Larkspur Botanical Print

I discovered this beauty while going through a book called, A Guide to Wildflowers. The best part is this image is on the public domain. It would make a beautiful sign, journal cover, jewelry, or as hanging art.

This is a slender perennial with unbranched stems. White to pale blue, spurred flowers in a narrow cluster on a finely downy stalk. Leaves are divided and lobed into narrow segments. Basal leaves often form a winter rosette type bloom which withers before the flowers open. Its resemblance to a horsemans spur. So very pretty in the wild.

This is in an 8 x 10 format but can be resized smaller. Please feel free to download using link below.

I hope you have a beautiful week and spring brings many blooms your way. I am awaiting the snow melt this week. So excited to see some green again.

Much love,



77 thoughts on “Carolina Larkspur Botanical Print

  1. I’m nominating you for the Mystery Blogger Award! If you don’t want to do an award post that is okay. I think your blog is SUPER NEAT!!!!

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  2. Hello sis. Just want to let you know that something might be wrong with WP. Firstly, I see an ads at the bottom of your post. I don’t recall ever seeing one before. Also, I noticed the mention: I am not following the blog, which is odd because of course I follow you. Will hit the follow button again and see what happen, ok. I wonder if there are ads that I don’t see on my blog as well. Could this be related to the WP upgrade you recently did? I like the new artwork by the way. Happy Sunday Lisa.


    1. I noticed I have unfollowed several blogs, too but of course didn’t. I think there is a WP issue. I have to make sure I am following you, Darren and all our wonderful WP friends. Thank you! Having fun changing it up for spring with some of the new nature pieces. Happy Sunday, sis! Love and hugs!!


      1. Yes, I will have to check that too. I’m doing some Spring cleaning today. Easy way to clear the head instantly… πŸ™‚ Happy Sunday to you as well. xoxo

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  3. What a lovely image lisa, l could see this as a tag inside fashionwear of antiquity or even the upcycling that Lady d has been recently displaying.


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