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Common name(s): Monks Hood, Wolfbane, Aconite, Monkshood, Monk's Coule, Helmet Flower, Cat's Tail
Height: 30" to 48"
Spread: 12" to 24"
Flower color: Blue
Bloom time: Autumn
Light: Part shade
Zone: 4-8
Water: Moist
Soil: Rich
Maintenance: Low
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Aconitum napellus
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Germination: Difficult. [Aconitum seeds are said to have a short viability life.]
Sow immediately if seeds received in fall, by winter sowing.

If receiving seeds in winter, sow using good seed starting mix in a small container, covering seeds with mix; water thoroughly to moisten mix. Place container inside baggie to retain moisture. Place container in location at 64-71°F for 3 weeks; then move container to the freezer for 5 weeks; then to a location at 53-60°F for germination. (Remove baggie when germination begins.) This latter germination method could be timed so as to place the container in an outdoor sheltered/shaded location in early spring for germination. Germination may be erratic.

Informational/Photo Links:
1) Aconitum napellus at Dave's Garden
2) Aconitum napellus at Missouri Botanical Gardens
3) Aconitum napellus at USDA
4) Aconitum napellus at Paghat's Garden

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