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- Aconitum napellus
- Aconite is a remedy for healthy and energetic persons who become acutely ill after exposure to intense coldness exposure to cold, dry wind sometimes exposure to intense heat draughts of cold air on a sweaty skin nervous shocks, fright or fear the shock of...
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- Aconitum carmichaelii 'Arendsii' - University of St Andrews
- Oct 1, 2012 October 2012. Aconitum carmichaelii. 'Arendsii'.
- The distribution and native status of Aconitum napellus sl. L - BSBI
- Aug 28, 2008 Appendix 3: Taxonomy and nomenclature of European hybrid Aconitums. 110. Appendix 4: Flowering times for Aconitum napellus sl.
- Gymnaconitum, a new genus of Ranunculaceae endemic to the
- Aconitum is a member of tribe Delphinieae, which also contains Aconitella Spach , Consolida (DC.) S.F.
- May - the Scottish Rock Garden Club
- raised plant) of Aconitum 'Red Wine' blossomed gloriously in my new garden here in ... Garden received seeds of what was supposedly Aconitum hemsleyanum.
- A-B - Proven Winners
- Aconitum 'Blue Lagoon'. ACOBLG1 (Monkshood) A shorter selection with bright blue flowers that start to bloom lower on the stalks than typical. Aconitums.
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- Is your garden an accident waiting to happen?
- Gardening is my gym and therapist combined. The price I expect to pay is a few strains, cuts and bruises, but every so often there is a scare when someone dies or gets seriously hurt from a garden-related problem.
- How to grow: Monkshood
- Aconitum is a very poisonous plant and must be treated with respect and caution. On the other hand it is very widely planted, including at RHS Wisley, and untoward accidents are very rare.
- Why gardeners should warm to the UK's new normal — mild autumns
- I cannot remember a better October for gardeners. It answers outsiders who think that gardening never changes. In the 1990s October 13 was the traditional moment for protective action.
- The luminous quality of this flower makes it a standout shade plant
- Aconitums are easy to grow and hardy to Zone 4, but keep in mind that the whole plant is poisonous, right down to the tough, bulbous roots. Do not let children get near them.
- How to grow: Aconitum 'Sparks Variety'
- Aconitums come in many guises and they can flower between July and late September. 'Spark's Variety' is a midseason performer of modest proportions, reaching about 5ft high, with branching stems of midnight blue flowers set against shiny green foliage.
Suggested Web Resources
- Aconitum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Aconitum (/ˌækəˈnaɪtəm/), also known as aconite, monkshood, wolf's bane, leopard's bane, mousebane, women's bane, devil's helmet, Queen of all Poisons, ...
- How to grow: Monkshood - Telegraph
- Jun 25, 2015 Aconitum is a very poisonous plant and must be treated with respect and caution. On the other hand it is very widely planted, including at RHS ...
- Aconitum napellus, monkshood - THE POISON GARDEN website
- Aconitum napellus, monkshood, is one of the most poisonous plants in the garden but it has such a distinctive and unpleasant taste that cases of accidental ...
- Monkshood - A Deadly Beauty! - Dave's Garden
- Oct 16, 2014 Many gardeners, especially those who live in colder regions, are familiar with Aconitum, commonly called monkshood or wolfsbane. Most are ...
- Aconitum napellus - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden
- Aconitum napellus is an erect, tuberous-rooted perennial which features dense, terminal racemes (to 8" long) of hooded, deep purplish-blue to violet flowers ...
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