Bunny faces with Elizabethan collars

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Photo by Hitomi Dames

Photo by Hitomi Dames

Photos and text by Hitomi Dames

I found out that these are Delphinium of Ranunculaceae (Buttercup family). The common name is Larkspur. Delphinium came from the Ancient Greek word delphínion which means dolphin.

Maybe the upper part — I still think bunny ears — can look like dolphin’s tail.

Photo by Hitomi Dames

I found Delphinium at Twin Ponds Community Garden in Shoreline.


Correction: the flower is at the Twin Ponds Community Garden, not Twin Ponds Park.




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