Species. Low growing. Soft greenish/yellow flowers in summer. Lovely fine foliage. Some shade best. Winter dormant.
To 1.2 metres. Hooded purply-blue flowers on very erect stems late november to mid-summer. Unusually early for Aconitum. Great for back of border - best staked. Part shade, moist soi. Winter dormant.
To 15 cms. Rich velvety red, beautiful colour. Spring to early summer flowrering. Part shade.
(Yellow Meadow Rue). Lovely tall variety, growing up to 2 metres in height. Large cloud-like sprays of tiny lemon/yellow flowers which are outstanding for cutting. Best staked. Useful background plant. Winter dormant.
(False Granny's bonnet). To 40 cms. Graceful, nodding flowers in shades of pink/wine purple/violet, from late springto summer. Finely divided ferny-like foliage. Suits damp bright woodland areas, edging or rock garden. Suitable for areas with morning sun or shade. Winter dormant.