Angelica archangelica subsp. decurrens

A most unusual subspecies of an otherwise well known favourite, found originally at altitude in Tajikistan, C. Asia. A monocarpic species with very bold fragrant foliage and impressive globular creamy-green inflorescences reaching 1.8m high in spring/early summer on strong thick purple-tinted stems. For sun or semi-shade in any reasonable soil, though originally found on a scree slope!

Pot size: 2L



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