Latin Name: Aconitum lamarckii
Synonyms: Aconitum lycoctonum ssp. neapolitanum
Common Name: 'Monk's hood'
A clump-forming perennial. Small heads of hooded, pale sulphur yellow flowers are produced on branched stems over a relatively long period. Jul-Sep. H120cm S50cm.Care Instructions/Tips:
Best grown in any good moist, but well-drained soil in sun or light shade.
CAUTION toxic if eaten/harmful via skin
Herbaceous Perennials, Good for partial shade, Good for sun, Good for well-drained soil, Yellow flowers, Good for autumn, Good for summer, 90cm to 1.2m
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