Angelica gigas

Angelica gigasAngelica gigas

When this architectural umbellifer blooms in late Summer, we know we’re in for a wondrous and tasty treat! Glistening and deliciously sweet beads of nectar (yes, we lick them!) array themselves like fairy jewels on the maroon-purple umbels 4-6” across. Bees and butterflies come a’ courting! Ours bloomed in year one in a large container in part shade. Often takes several years to flower in the garden. Self-sows! Rich soil a must. Deer resistant.

Sun-Pt. Shade
Avg.Water

Biennial
USDA Zones 4-10

Deer resistant