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Conversation starter offers late-season colour for shade.
Well known to medieval sleuths everywhere, this perennial is an old-world favourite for the cottage garden (or the monastery). Most effective for borders, it offers palmate, leathery foliage of lustrous, dark green. Dark blue, hooded flowers rise up in pyramidal forms in late summer to mid fall. Long lived and trouble free, Monkshood grows best in the shade, but will tolerate some sun. Usually requires no staking. Aconitum carmichaelii 'Arendsii'
Light: Partial to Full shade
Bloom Time: Late Summer to Mid Fall