Blue five petaled flower.
Petals were about 8 to 9 mm long.
I rejected D. variegatum b/c it didn't seem hairy enough, but please chime in if you think differently.
The last pic shows the results of a nectar thief that got the goods without moving any pollen.
Delphinium patens is a species of larkspur known by the common names zigzag larkspur and spreading larkspur. It is a wildflower limited mainly to California. Though not yet confirmed there, it is expected in Baja California. Plants grow typically 20 to 50 centimeters tall and bear up to 36 flowers each. The stems are mostly hairless, have reddish bases, and bears leaves on the lower half. Each leaf is divided into 3 to 9 lobes. The...