Mary Berry shares touching family connection to ‘favourite’ flower at Chelsea Flower Show


Nick said gardeners will need to cut them down as “early as possible” to get them to re-flower.

He explained: “As soon as they finish flowering, cut them down before they go to seed and then you will get a much stronger second flower than you will if you don’t.

“Feed them well, water them well and you should get a good flower in September.”

Delphiniums, which are also known as Larkspur, are native to the northern hemisphere but can also be spotted on the high mountains of tropical Africa.



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