High Risk
Latin Name: Consolida ambigua
Larkspur are medium to tall annual plants with finely cut leaves. The flowers, which are above the leaves are deep blue, purple, or white, with a prominent backward pointing spur are 13 to 18 mm in length. Larkspur flower June to August. They grow on arable and waste land on light sandy soils. They are grown as a garden plant and escape into the wild so different colour combinations are possible.
Symptoms can include:
Agitation, lack of co-ordination, difficulty with breathing, abdominal pain, muscle spasms and difficulty in standing, digestive upset, nervousness, depression. Larkspur can also cause dermatitis

All parts of the plant are poisonous. There have been few reported cases of poisoning in horses.