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Angelica Seeds


Best known for it’s stems for candying
Attractive, tall biennial
Fragrant herb attracts wildlife to the garden
Seeds short lived and must be sown fresh or the following Spring.
Don’t hesitate to get yours for Spring or Milder climates not too late to plant before then
Herbaceous biennial herb seeds for sun to part shade, Canada


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Angelica (10) Seeds

Type: Herbaceous Biennial
Bloom: May to August dependent on zone
Flower: Small white and yellow flower in umbells
Height: 6-10′ tall
Light: Sun to part shade
Soil: Deep, fresh, moist, well drained, rich in humus
P.H: 4.5-7.3
Moisture: Constant moist
Zone: 4-9
Use: Medicinal & culinary. Grown for fruits and roots. Leaves used in salad. Petiole for jam making. Main stems used for candying. Woodland, water edges, bogs and marshes
Tolerances: Frost resistant
Problems: Sensitive to drought, compacted or clay soils. Aphids and mites may attack umbells when weather warms
Notes: Harvest leaves in 2nd year before flowering while still fresh and green, usually between May and June. Harvest stems for candying between May and June while tender. Dig roots before flowering and by first frost in autumn when leaves begin to drop. Cutting down plant after flowering prolongs life of plant for a few years


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