Giant Angelica

Angelica gigas

Attracts bees and beneficial wasps. The young leaves may be eaten if cooked. The root is used in parts of Korea as a blood tonic.

Water: Moderate

Hardiness: Frost Hardy

Habit: 3 to 6' tall and wide perennial or biennial

Light: Partial Shade

Soil: Any soil with compost

Origin: East Asia

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