Angelica, Shining (Angelica arguta)
(Mountain Angelica, Shining Angelica)
Herbaceous perennial mountain angelica hardy to 0 degrees F. Native to the Western US and Canada. Sharply-toothed foliage gives rise to spreading umbels with ball-like, creamy rosettes. Shining angelica root medicinally interchangeable with Angelica archangelica. Plant prefers part shade and moist, acid soils. Sow in fall or early spring for germination in the spring. Seed does best partially buried in evermoist soil and is a cool soil germinator. Thin or transplant to 1 to 2 feet apart.
50 seeds per packet, open pollinated