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Angelica atropurpurea (Angelica)

Angelica atropurpurea (Angelica)
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With impressive stature, leaves that can reach two feet wide and large umbrella-like flower structure, this species has an imposing presence.  It's not surprising that it has a long history of reputed medicinal and magical properties. Stately sentinels along stream beds, Angelica plants reach heights of six or more feet with hollow, smooth purple stems from one to two inches round.  Angelica tolerates and may prefer calcareous soils, which are alkaline with a pH of 7 to 8.

Dormant bare root plants ship each year during optimal transplanting season: Fall (October) or Spring (April/May).


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Catalog Number ANG02F
Seeds / Packet 300
Seeds / Ounce 5,400
Germination Code F
Wetland Code OBL
Plant Spacing 3-4'
Sun Exposure Full Sun  Part Shade 
Soil Moisture Wet-Mesic  Mesic (Medium) 
Height 7 feet 
Bloom Color White 
Bloom Time May  June 
Plant Type Wildflowers (Forbs) 
Availability Seeds  Roots 
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Packet $2.50
1/2 oz. $3.25
1 oz. $5.00
1 lb. $75.00
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1 - 2 $5.00
3 - 11 $4.00
 
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Angelica atropurpurea (Angelica)
*This map shows the native and adventive range of this species. **Given appropriate habitat and climate, native plants can be grown outside their range.
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Present in county, adventive in state    
Heracleum maximum (Cow Parsnip)
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