The look implies Brigitte's impending lycanthropy and suggests that, with her transformation, the sisters will at last be "together forever." The scene also reminds us that Brigitte has adamantly refused Sam's offer of heterosexual rescue: that they leave town and secure enough monkshood
for her to live a manageable life.
Bunches of flowers can include toxic species such as monkshood
(Aconitum), Delphinium, and painter's palette (Anthuhum).
When in the backcountry of both protected and unprotected areas, I began to see the plant ecology of these wilderness regions in highly specific ways: the imagistic qualities of Lupine through snow, Indian Paintbrush and Monkshood
climbing up the valley in mist.
paintbrush, columbine, monkshood
's purple heads bowed beside a
Ondra also likes Sedum spectabile, Monkshood
(Aconitum carmichaelii) and Goldenrod 'Fireworks' (Solidago rugosa) because they start in late summer and keep going into autumn.
Other country garden style purples include stock, phlox, gladioli, monkshood
and oldfashioned roses, such as amnesia or pacific blue.
'Henbane, Bryony, Monkshood
, Rue, Hiera Picra, Holy Bitter, Henbane, Bryony, Monkshood
, Rue, Hiera Picra, Holy Bitter, Holy Bitter, Holy Bitter, Holy Bitter, Holy Bitter, Holy Bitter ...'
The buttercup family includes delphinium, monkshood
, anemone and columbine.
Socrates was put to death with juice from the hemlock plant, and the Roman emperor Nero ruled after his father, Claudius, was assassinated with poison mushrooms and monkshood
As summer wanes you can still find the starbursts of asters, shrouds of monkshood
, and if you are not too distracted by the fall foliage, yellow flowers of witch-hazel that bloom into early winter.
Now, here are a few flowers you don't want to eat: delphinium, larkspur, monkshood
, digitalis (i.e.
Try planting the Morden rose 'Prairie Joy' with Aconitum napellus (Monkshood