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    ~~ Aconitum (Monkshood) ~~


    Monkshood - Aconitum napellus

    Monkshood aconitum carmichaelii part shade fall flower

    Aconitum -- Monkshood. (Monkshood, "aconite", "Wolf's Bane", Fuzi, "Monk's Blood", or "Monk's Hood") is a species of Aconitum in the family Ranunculaceae,


    Aconitum carmichaellii 'Arendsii', Monkshood - a delphinium like plant

    Monkshood, Acanite, Wolfsbane.

    ~~Aconitum Carmichaelii by Keartona~~

    Aconitum "Stainless Steel"

    Aconitum hemsleyanum

    Royal Horticultural Society - RHS - Flower - Aconitum napellus - Monkshood

    Aconitum nappelus

    Aconitum ‘Eleonora’

    Monkshood, Aconitum carmichaelii. Poisonous, traditionally used in medieval medicine as a painkiller (do NOT use this herb unless you are an herbal doctor), magikally it wards off/kills lycanthropes and its folkname is Wolfsbane because it was used both to hunt werewolves and natural wolves due to its being a deadly poison

    Wolfsbane. Aconitum napellus. Sammtlich Giftgewache Deutschlands (1854)

    Orange in Blue by shinichiro saka: Baby blue eyes and California poppy. #Wildflowers

    Fringed Campion (Silene polypetala)

    Simple rose

    Lotus by Benoit Jenny Schecter: 'An individual lotus can live for over a thousand years and has the rare ability to revive into activity after stasis.'

    ≡ spring blossom