Menzies larkspur

Men·​zies larkspur | \ ˈmenzēz-, -eŋə̇s-, ˈmiŋə̇s-\

Definition of Menzies larkspur

: a low larkspur (Delphinium menziesii) of western North America, having brownish yellow flowers with blue veins on the petals and being poisonous to stock

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after Archibald Menzies

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