Angelica is a biennial herb with multiple medicinal uses, commonly found in natural supplements. It's a hardy plant suitable for USDA Zones 3-10, and it belongs to the carrot family. This herb has serrated leaves and distinctive hollow stems. The leaves and stalks have a sweet flavor reminiscent of licorice or juniper berries.
Angelica is known for its unique aroma, often compared to juniper or coriander. It's easy to grow, either by planting seeds in the fall in partially shaded areas with well-drained soil or through stratification or indoor seeding for early spring planting. In its second year, Angelica produces large and attractive blooms, making it an excellent addition to gardens and dried bouquets.
Additionally, this herb serves as a pollinator attractor, bringing beneficial insects like bees, parasitic wasps, lady beetles, minute pirate bugs, syrphid flies, and tachinid flies to the garden. Each packet contains 0.5 grams, which is about 100 seeds.
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