Do These Flowers That Look so Dainty Cause Such Concerns?
Let’s look at the Monkshood.
This herbaceous wildflower grows in mountain meadows throughout the northern hemisphere. The posterior sepal of the flower resembles the cowls worn by monks, hence the name.
Another name for monkshood is Wolfsbane. It gets it’s name for being the poison used to kill carnivores such as, wolves and panthers, in…