Aconites are perennials or biennials that bear spires of hooded flowers, similar to larkspur or delphinium. The leaves are lobed. WARNING: The plant is poisonous, and should be handled with care. Wear gloves, and clean tools after handling the plants. ‘Yellow Monkshood’ bears spires of yellow flowers from mid Summer to Autumn

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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