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1. imageArticle - Monkshood or Aconites
While beautiful Monkshood (Aconites) are also extremely poisonous, so always handle with care when working with these plants.
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2. imagePlant - Monkshood Aconite - Aconitum carmichaelii
The term Aconitum is derived from the Greek for ‘dart’, a reference to how arrows were once dipped in the sap of Monkshood Aconites to improve the arrow’s potential to kill it’s target.
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3. imagePhoto - Monkshood Aconite

Monkshood Aconite (Aconitum carmichaelii), a beautiful, hardy perennial flowering in Autumn, but beware as it is poisonous. For more information about this plant please see our Plant Database.


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4. imagePlant - Monkshood - Aconitum 'Stainless Steel'
The term Aconitum is derived from the Greek for ‘dart’, a reference to how arrows were once dipped in the sap of Monkshood Aconites to improve the arrow’s potential to kill it’s target.
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5. imageArticle - The Garden in June
A short guide to some of the jobs that need to be done in the garden in June and a selection of plants that are at their best at this time of year.
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6. imagePlant - Monkshood - Aconitum 'Ivorine'
The term Aconitum is derived from the Greek for ‘dart’, a reference to how arrows were once dipped in the sap of Monkshood Aconites to improve the arrow’s potential to kill it’s target.
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7. imagePlant - Monks hood - Aconitum 'Pink Sensation'
The term Aconitum is derived from the Greek for ‘dart’, a reference to how arrows were once dipped in the sap of Monkshood Aconites to improve the arrow’s potential to kill it’s target.
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8. imagePlant - Monkshood - Aconitum 'Spark's Variety'
The term Aconitum is derived from the Greek for ‘dart’, a reference to how arrows were once dipped in the sap of Monkshood Aconites to improve the arrow’s potential to kill it’s target.
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9. imagePlant - Monkshood - Aconitum napellus
The term Aconitum is derived from the Greek for ‘dart’, a reference to how arrows were once dipped in the sap of Monkshood Aconites to improve the arrow’s potential to kill it’s target.
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10. imagePlant - Meadow rue - Thalictrum rochebruneanum
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