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Aconitum lycoctonum, Northern Wolfsbane


Common names: Northern wolfsbane, wolf's bane

Botanical name & synonyms:
Aconitum lycoctonum, Aconitum aegophonum, Aconitum alienum, Aconitum altissimum, Aconitum artophonum, Aconitum australe, Aconitum baumgartenianum, Aconitum boreale, Aconitum cynoctonum, Aconitum dissectum, Aconitum excelsum, Aconitum galectonum, Aconitum galeriflorum, Aconitum intermedium, Aconitum jacquinianum, Aconitum lagoctonum, Aconitum luparia, Aconitum lupicida, Aconitum meloctonum, Aconitum monanense, Aconitum myoctonum, Aconitum ochroleucum, Aconitum perniciosum, Aconitum phthora, Aconitum pyrenaicum, Aconitum rectum, Aconitum squarrosum, Aconitum strictissimum, Aconitum tenuisectum, Aconitum thelyphonum, Aconitum theriophonum, Aconitum toxicarium, Aconitum transilvanicum, Aconitum triste, Aconitum umbraticolum, Aconitum vulparia, Aconitum wraberi, Aconitum zooctonum, Delphinium lycoctonum, Lycoctonum sylvaticum

Buttercup, crowfoot (Ranunculaceae)

Perennial plant, grows to a height of 1,5 m. Indigenous in Europe to Asia
, it prefers moist, loamy soils in a protected, shaded position, and is frost resistant.

Sow at 18-22ºC (64-71ºF) for 2-4 weeks, move to -6 to -7ºC (19-21ºF) for 4-6 weeks, move to 5-12ºC (41-53ºF) for germination short viable.

Parts of the plant were used in witches brews and witches "flying ointments".
All parts of this plant are FATALLY TOXIC!




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