|DDD_2150 [Conium maculatum]|
Conium maculatum is a highly poisonous plant the juice of which caused the death of Socrates
- the ancient Greek philosopher - after he was convicted to death by the Athenian magistrates in 399 BC.
Photographed in the Athens University Botanical Garden on April 23, 2013
|801_5246 [Conium maculatum]|
In this clump of plants on Mt. Parnassos it was more than 2 m high when it was photographed on May 23, 2014.