Aconitum japonicum (Japanese Monkshood)

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Aconitum japonicum (Japanese Monkshood)


Family:  Ranunculaceae
Zone: 4 - 9
Natural Range: Japan
Soil:  Moist, humus rich, well drained
Light:  Part shade
Bloom Time:  July to September
Pest Resistance:  Deer, Rabbit

Attributes:  Deciduous, 2' - 3' tall.  Blue blooms in late summer.  Arching stems with dark green glossy leathery leaves.  Foliage emerges from rhizome very early in the spring or late winter.

Notes:  An under used Aconitum with a graceful growth habit and stunning blue blooms.  An earlier blooming Aconitum to add to the garden..

Companion plants:  Lilium, Dactylorhiza, Cardiocrinum, Nomocharis, Trillium, ferns, Podophyllum, Epimedium, Cyclamen, Arisaema, Primula


Aconitum japonicum (Japanese Monkshood)

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