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). Zones:

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 Japanese Herb, commonly known as Ashitaba or “Tomorrow’s Leaf”, has leaves that are highly nutritious as well as a myriad of medicinal properties. It is quite ornamental, with bold glossy bold foliage on plants that reach over242;

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