Round Rotund Blue And Skinny Wobbly Blue
When I saw soil sulfur was very effective at bluing up the Hydrangea, it occurred to me a Delphinium nearby would look cool. I happened to find a couple of inexpensive 4" Delphinium seedlings to test my idea.
Delphiniums are a plant that hates Southern California. Here they are ephemeral--I could not even call them annuals because they don't last that long. But just for fun, for a few weeks, it's neat to see blue and blue, round rotund blue with wimpy, skinny, vertical blue.
In colder climates, the Delphinium is more likely to be robust, and the hydrangea wimpy.
Bigger and rounder every year.
Here and gone.