5 years to reach maturity
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Purple Angelica Overview
This short lived perennial has erect branched, purple stems holding rounded umbels of purple flowers. The leaves are blue-green and palmate.
Common problems with Purple Angelica
How to propagate Purple Angelica
By seed. Seeds need light to germinate.
Other uses of Purple Angelica
Culinary - a flavouring for gin, liqueurs, candied stems and leaves in cake decoration; and traditional medicinal uses.