Stately spikes of hooded flowers grace the late summer garden.
Tall and dramatic, monkshood forms a stately backdrop in the perennial garden. The plants form a clump of stiff, upright stems bearing deep green, glossy leaves; flower spikes made up of dense clusters of deep purple-blue flowers appear in late summer. The common name refers to the shape of the individual flowers, said to resemble the hoods worn by medieval monks. Another common name is wolfsbane, alluding to the fact that parts of this plant, especially the roots and seeds, are poisonous.
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