DetailsThis stout, umbelliferous plant has been thought to resemble to some degree our Garden Angelica, and it does very closely resemble the Spanish Angelica heterocarpa in foliage and perennial habit of growth. It has a thick and fleshy root, 5 or 6 inches long, shaped like a carrot, of a greyish-brown color on the outside and whitish within. It has a strong aromatic smell and taste. The thick, erect hollow and channelled stems grow 3 or 4 feet or even more in height. The large, dark green radical leaves, on erect stalks, are divided into narrow wedge-like segments, and are not unlike those of a coarse-growing celery; their surface is shining, and when bruised they give out an aromatic odor, somewhat reminiscent both of Angelica and Celery. Free delivery of plants and artisan flowers in Manhattan for orders over $100 from Plantshed.com.
NOTE: Delivered in growers pots. If you would like these planted for you, please contact us at 212-662-4400. Photos are for illustrative purposes only.
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