Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
This plant can be described as a mega herb, but it does not mean it has to be kept solely to a herb garden. It is a biennial, so it will flower and die in its second year.
Quite the statement plant, the flowering season for this Angelica is late summer, when it produces wonderful spherical, ruby red flower heads, on elegant dark red stems, above large deeply cut green..
Add some real drama to your border with this recently introduced architectural umbellifer, combining delicious smokey pink flowerheads and dark purple foliage.