Beautiful late season color in a near florescent violet. The species A. fischeri is great due to its shorter height than most Aconitums.
- Deer resistant
- Late bloomer
- Great in a woodland garden
Aconitum fischeri produces beautiful, blue flowers on thick, sturdy stems that do not need staking. The foliage is dark green and deeply dissected creating interest all season long. It prefers moist, partially shaded areas and will begin to bloom mid to late summer.
Critter Resistance: Deer
Notable Features: Good Cut Flower
Homeowner Growing Tips: All parts of the plant are poisonous: wear gloves when handling it. Grow in soil that is moisture retentive but not where it sits soggy.