Tall spires of semi double, deep purple flowers opening in June and July. Delphinium 'Black Night' looks great planted in bold drifts as part of a cottage or prairie style planting scheme.
Each tall spire of this perennial plant has many individual flower heads.
Care of Delphinium ‘Black Knight’
Protect from slugs and snails until they become established. Cut back the old flowering stems once they have finished and you might get a second flush of flowers later in the summer.
A very attractive plant to bees and other beneficial pollinators