angelica or Angelica archangelica

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Buy angelica angelica or Angelica archangelica: Stunning accent plant

This herb dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full or partial shade
  • Soil: deep, moist, fertile, loamy soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June and July
  • Hardiness: fully hardy (but short-lived)

    A majestic and impressive perennial with handsome foliage, this angelica also produces rounded umbels up to 25cm across, of small green flowers in early summer. Ideally suited to a reliably moist soil in partial to full shade, it has a striking achitectural presence and looks wonderful at the back of the border. Often short-lived, it will usually die back after flowering, but will self-seed freely if the conditions are favourable.

  • Garden care: This plant usually dies after flowering, but if flowering is prevented, or the spent flowers are removed before they set seed, then it will often flower again for a second year.

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I hope I won't need another one because it will seed!


Planted it, it grew and now I hope it will seed itself around the place




Amazing fast growing architectural plant


Planted in a North facing shady bed in front of a black painted barn. Stands out beautifully.


East Anglia


This is a wonderful plant but note that it can grow majestic


It is a majestic plant and adored by bees. It can overshadow other plants . I did not realise how big it would get and need staking.


South east


A striking architectural addition to my patio planting.


A lovely healthy plant on arrival and it settled in well and grew impressively in a patio pot. The attractive flower head survived the winter, adding interest when it got frosted and now new green fronds are springing away at the base and the plant looks set for another great year.


Durham, England



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