Here's our directory of 50 flowers that start with "M". All types featured and each listing includes all the main flower information you need to know as to whether it's the right flower for your particular garden spot.
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Below is our expansive gallery and directory featuring flowers that start with “M”.
For example, an interesting plant in this list is the Monkshood, also known by other common names such as Wolfsbane, Friar’s Cap and Blue Rocket.
Don’t let its beauty fool you. Monkshood is one of the deadliest plants in existence. Every part of this beautiful flower — especially its roots and seeds) is poisonous. It’s also called Wolfsbane because the juice from its roots were used as arrow poison during wars or as poison bait for hunting wolves. Monkshood is so deadly that it’s even illegal in some countries to grow this plant without a permit. Take extra precaution to avoid skin or oral contact with its juice. Best to wear gloves if you have to work with it and make sure you cover up any open wounds or skin grazes. Avoid contact with pets and small children.
Below is our entire gallery showcasing these flowers.
violet, blue, pink, red, magenta, yellow, bronze and white
Easy to grow
9 to 11
Height At Maturity:
3' to 9"
Although poisonous, Monkshood is one of the first perennials grown as an ornamental plant.. It can grow 2-4′ tall and is made up of dark green leaves, hooded deep purplish blue petals and large helmet-like upper sepal that looked like the hoods worn by monks in the medieval age.
Know more about the perennial flower Monkshood plus all other interesting plants and flowers that start with “M.”
Not a lot of websites thoroughly list plants and flowers alphabetically. However, because we have a database set up, we’re able to offer a comprehensive listing of plants and flowers that you can filter alphabetically.
Be sure to also check out our entire garden directory where you’ll find annuals as well.