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Monk’s hood – the procastinating plant

Posted by blueberrytalk on October 26, 2008

Other plants produce flower and seed much earlier in the season but Monk’s hood waits til late October. Maybe it’s just our garden because a search of the internet mentions an earlier flowering for this plant. So here it is almost November and by chance a day warm enough for the bees to find the Monk’s hood. Evidently every part of this plant is poisenous but I wouldn’t want to find out if that is true.

Monk's hood


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