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The average, annual, minimum temperature zone where Conium maculatum is cold hardy
USDA Zone:5 -20° to -10°F (-29° to -23.5°C)
|Type of plant - biennial, the leaves form a low rosette the first year, growing vertically and flowering the following spring.
Flower or inflorescence:
WHITE, umbels to 5cm. dia.
ovate,-50x40cm., lobed..stems PURPLE spotted
|Height, in meters: 2.5
Height, in feet: 8.25
|Conium maculatum sales history
| Parts of Conium maculatum are considered toxic.
Common names for Conium maculatum:
|(tox:coniine etc. piperidine alkaloids), Baldiran, California Fern, Carrot-fern, Cicutae Herba, Cigue, Doku-Ninzin, Fleckenschierling, Fool's Parsley, Gefleckter Schierling, Grande Cigue, Hemlock, Isojuuri, Nebraska Fern, Poison Hemlock, Poison Parsley, Poison-Hemlock, Spotted Hemlock, Spotted Hemlock, Spotted Parsley, Winter Fern,|
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