|Citrus-yellow flowers sprayed over a cushion-like bush of rounded, gray-green woolly leaves. One of the most popular perennials.|
- Aconitum: (Monkshood)
- Family: Ranunculaceae
- Cultivation: Prefers partial shade and grows best in fertile, cool, moisture-retentive soil.
- Usage: Does well in the shady perennial border or wildgarden. Excellent cutflowers.Note that all parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested.