Angelica gigas/Purple or Korean Angelica
Large umbels of purplish flowers produced in late summer and in fall
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Purple or Korean Angelica
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Determine Your Zone
2- 5 feet
2 -3 feet
Sun, Part Sun
Well drained, Moist, Dry
Rate of Growth:
Purple Angelica, considered to be a biennial, is a fairly flat mass of a few large leaves the first year. The stem stalk and leaf veins tend to be reddish. In the second year it rises to four feet or more and produces a flowering stalk. Leaves and seeds are used in confectionery and flavoring and in liqueur preparation. The roots have some medicinal uses.
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