Consolida ajacis

Consolida ajacis (L.) Schur, Verh. Mitth. Siebenbürg. Vereins Naturwiss. Hermannstadt 4(3): 47 1853. (syn: Ceratostanthus ajacis (L.) Schur; Consolida ajacis (L.) Nieuwland; Consolida ambigua (L.) P.W.Ball & Heywood; Consolida gayana (Wilmott) Laínz; Delphinium addendum W.R.McNab; Delphinium ajacis L.; Delphinium ambiguum Mill.; Delphinium bithynicum Griseb.; Delphinium consolida Sibth. & Sm. (ambiguous synonym); Delphinium gayanum Wilmott; Delphinium nanum DC.; Delphinium ornatum Bouche; Delphinium pauciflorum D.Don; Delphinium peregrinum subsp. nanum (DC.) Graebner & Graebner fil.; Delphinium pubescens Griseb. (ambiguous synonym); Delphinium simplex Salisb.); 

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Consolida ajacis I believe (syn: Delphinium ajacis)

 
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Ranunculaceae Week: Consolida ajacis from Delhi and Kashmir: Consolida ajacis (L.) Schur,  Verh. Mitth. Siebenbürg. Vereins Naturwiss. Hermannstadt 4:47. 1853 "ajacei"
syn: Delphinium ajacis L.; Consolida ambigua auct.;
One of the popular garden ornamentals grown in both colder and warmer climates with flowers in different shades of purple, pink and white.
Photographed from Delhi and Kashmir 
Common names: Larkspur; rocket larkspur

 
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BLUE FLOWER ID......03​.04.2011..​....S.S...​..011:  I have studied this pic for ages.
At 1st I thought it was a Delphinium... but am not convinced. Help please.        
Date/Time-......3rd April 2011. Afternoon

Location-.... Rinchenpong to Kalimpong. West Bengal.

Habitat- ... In garden

Plant Habit- Herbaceous

Height/Length-see pic

Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size-???

Inflorescence Type/ Size-see pic.

Flowers ... Blue


Delphinium ajacis
This and other single carpelled species of Delphinium are now consolida
Consolida ajacis.
 
 
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A common winter ornamental, comes in vivid colors.. sharing these pics from my place.. 
Yes a common winter or spring annual with beautiful colours.
Now known as Consolida ajacis (L.) Schur
 
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Please ID this Ranunculaceae meber ... a herb observed in Yellowstone Park USA
leaves?
I agree with ... that leaves are important for identification However I believe the flowers you have uploaded may be Aquilegia nivalis
D. nivalis is endemic to Kashmir and not expected in USA
To me it appears to be the common larkspur Delphinium ajacis
Thanks ... Thanks ... for the possible ID.
I know you have a grasp on US plants too..
Actually I was reluctant to post the picture as nither is the quality good nor are the details present.
This is just for the Family fortnight and wanted to confirm the family. That's all
Trying to increase my number.....(Joking)
 
Consolida ajacis (L.) Schur Verh. Mitth. Siebenbürg. Vereins Naturwiss. Hermannstadt 4:47. 1853 "ajacei"
syn: Delphinium ajacis L.; Consolida ambigua auct.; 
One of the popular garden ornamentals grown in both colder and warmer climates with flowers in different shades of purple, pink and white. Photographed from Delhi
Common names: Larkspur; rocket larkspur

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Attached is a picture of Consolida ajacis captured at the VJTI Flower Show, Mumbai in February 2013.
Requested to please validate the ID.
Yes ...
 
 
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SK982 17 FEB-2018 : 9 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Location : Leh, India
Altitude: Around  11000 ft.
Date:  19 August 2014
Habit : Cultivated

Floral characters not very clear. Nevertheless, it could be a variety of Delphinium grandiflorum Blue Butterfly.  A guess.  

Looks like matching as suggested by ... Your opinion please ... 

I checked up, but was not convinced. 

My guess is Consolida ajacis, an ornamental species native to the Mediterranean, very rarely cultivated in Ladakh. Delphinium grandiflorum seem to have larger flowers

Thank you ! Consolida ajacis (L.)


 
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Consolida ajacis (L.) : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (7)- around 700 kb each. 
Location:  Manju Park, Soureni, India 
Date: 6 May  2018
Altitude: 2900 ft
Habit : Cultivated 

 
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Garden Flowers for ID : Srinagar : 06AUG19 : AK-16 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Garden flowers seen in Srinagar during visit in April, 2016.
Cultivated flowers in the Moghul Gardens.
… had suggested Nigella damascena.
But on searching, his pictures of the same on Flowersofindia look different to me.
Could this be Consolida ajacis?
Or something else?

Please show me image on which I had suggested Nigella. This seems a cultivar of Consolida ajacis only. 
Same five pictures I had sent you earlier. I had suggested whether it is Nigella Species.
Today, while going through my folders, I found these to look different. 
So thought of posting for correction.

Could this be Consolida ambigua?
http://plantinfo.co.za/plant/consolida-ambigua/ 
Consolida ambigua is a synonym of C. ajacis.
Thanks a lot for the clarification and your prompt answer.
Looks matching 



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