What can I say about Angelica…she is a wondrous, giant, take-up-space kind of plant who offers large umbels each year for insects and beauty. Seeds will be abundant in the Fall as well. Start seeds in late Winter. Like many more wilder plants they take longer to germinate than your annual vegetables and flowers so don’t forget about them. Press them into the soil in a pot and put it outside or direct sow in the garden, just don’t cover the seed as they need light to germinate. Plant out in full sun if you can.
Please consult your favorite herbal resources for more information about the mythical history and medicinal qualities of Angelica.
Packet contains ~50 seeds