Angelica stricta 'Purpurea'

Also known as Angelica sylvestris purpurea, native to northern europe. A stunning biennial pollinator plant with 4′ red tinted stems and leaves and 4″ wine colored umbels. (Shipping first year plants for next year’s flowers). Exposure:

Angelica atropurpurea

Native to much of New England, Angelica atropurpurea is a biennial that is welcomed by many a pollinator. The second year purple tinted stalks reach great heights (4-8’+) and then produce green to white umbels in early-mid summer. Angelica atropurpurea

Angelica keiskei

This Japaneseerb, commonly known as Ashitaba or “Tomorrow’s Leaf”,as leaves that areighly nutritious as well asaving a myriad of medicinal properties. It is quite ornamental, with bold glossy bold foliage on plants that reach

Angelica gigas

Once relegated to the herb garden, this showy Angelica has deep maroon flower clusters on 3-4′ branched stalks in August and September, above bold green foliage. Angelica is a biennial and we are offering large first year plants. Be sure to allow