the genus Conium of toxic perennial herbaceous flowering plants.
A genus of biennial, toxic, white-flowered, umbelliferous plants, bearing ribbed fresh fruit (“seeds”) and decompound leaves.
The common hemlock (Conium maculatum, poison hemlock, spotted hemlock, poison parsley), a roadside grass of European countries, Asia, and The united states, cultivated in the us for medicinal purpose. It's a dynamic poison. The leaves and good fresh fruit are employed in medication.
A genus of umbelliferous plants, composed of tall glabrous biennial natural herbs, with substance leaves and white-flowered umbels.