Aconitum napellus Album Bare Root
Aconitum napellus Album Bare root
3 perennial plants
Easy to grow
Schädlich, wenn gegessen
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Aconitum napellus album, also called Monkshood, has been cultivated as a garden plant for decades. In the months of June-July the Aconitum napellus 'Album' produces long stems with many white flowers.Aconitum is an excellent cut flower.
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|Botanical name||Aconitum napellus Album Bare Root|
|Delivered as||Bare roots|
|Preferred Soil||Any soil|
|aa_warnings||Schädlich, wenn gegessen|
How to take care of Aconitum napellus Album Bare root
Aconitum Monkshood is a beautiful garden plant with a stately inflorescence. Plant them in well-worked soil and add some organic fertilizer pellets to the planting hole. Aconitum likes a sunny position where they can remain for three or four years before you have to divide and replant them. Plant the tubers at a depth of 10/12 cm.
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