Angelica brevicaulis

With an original collection at 3000m altitude in Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia, there is no doubting the hardiness of this species! Making a short stout specimen with usually unbranched inflorescences reaching to 1m high, though sometimes almost half that, topped by broad distinctive umbels of green flowers. Foliage is composed of broad segments. Biennial.

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