[Larkspurs: The Genus Delphinium West of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]

Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur

Delphinium glaucum

Synonyms: Delphinium occidentale, Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens

Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens) - Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens) - Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens) - Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens)

Tall larkspur observed on a moist slope along the Pacific Crest Trail #2000 on the southwest-facing slope of Mt. Ashland, Klamath National Forest, Jackson County, OR......July 22, 2021.

Flower of Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens)

The photo above shows a close-up of the flower of pale-leaved larkspur as seen from north-facing slopes about one-half mile east of Highway Pass, Denali National Park........August 23, 2006.

Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens)

A close-up of the inflorescence of pale-leaved larkspur as seen in a moist area at the trailhead for the short connector trail up the south side of Klahhane Ridge, Olympic National Park..........July 27, 2014.

Developing seed pod of Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens)
The photo above shows a close-up of the fruit of pale-leaved larkspur as seen from north-facing slopes about one-half mile east of Highway Pass, Denali National Park...........August 23, 2006.

Stem leaves of Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens)

The lower stem leaves of pale-leaved larkspur as seen near Teklanika in Denali National Park.........August 22, 2006.

Lower stem leaf of Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens)

A close-up of a stem leaf of pale-leaved larkspur as seen at Teklanika in Denali National Park..........August 22, 2006.

Brown's Larkspur, Duncecap, Giant Larkspur, Hooker's Larkspur, Mountain Larkspur, Pale-flowered Larkspur, Sierra Larkspur, Tall Larkspur, Tower Larkspur, Western Larkspur: Delphinium glaucum (Synonyms: Delphinium scopulorum var. glaucum, Delphinium splendens)

Pale-leaved larkspur as seen at Teklanika in Denali National Park.........August 22, 2006.

Paul Slichter