Angelica, spring dug


Photo is of angelica patch in mid June.

Availability: 12 in stock

Angelica archangelica. Spring dug. Has large clusters of greenish-white blossoms in mid June–mid July. Plant grows to seven feet tall, and dies back by late summer. Mother plants will drop seeds which develop into an angelica patch—to prevent this remove flowers once they have gone by. Red stalks, green leaves make a dramatic showing. In the celery family, emerging spring stalks may be cut for a celery-like vegetable in April and May. The red stalks are sometimes candied for use in Christmas breads. Native to the temperate and subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere. Loves to grow in wet areas. You get a live, foot-tall Angelica plant in a pot ready to be transplanted into your garden. Available from us in April and May. Learn more at our Perennials Page.

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Snakeroot Organic Farm
  • Vendor: Snakeroot Organic Farm
  • Address: 27 Organic Farm Road
    Pittsfield, ME 04967-5729
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