Angelica pachycarpa

Article number: P-15044
Availability: Out of stock

This Shiny-leaved Angelica has stopped many Garden Corner visitors in their tracks, asking if it's real. Angelica is known for its exotic foliage, but you'll love it even more when you see its white blooms in the summer. As a biennial, it won't produce the flowers until its second year of growth, then those flowers will self-sow, ensuring new angelica plants the following year. Angelica is fairly adaptable, growing in sun to part shade, and bees love the summer blooms.

Common Name: Shiny-leaved Angelica
Mature Size: 3 feet tall and wide
Growth Rate: Moderate
Cold Hardiness: -10° F
Characteristics: Biennial, blooming in second year of growth, self-sows
Light: Full sun to part shade
Structure: Mounding
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Uses: Containers, hanging baskets, borders and specimen
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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