Angelica edulis

From Japan comes this completely perennial species with stems up to 3m in the wild, but about 1.7m if grown in exposure here, so adjust that figure to your conditions accordingly. Big umbels of white flowers on well branched relatively slim stems very late season, in Sept/October, over bizarrely held foliage; you have to see it to understand! Bone hardy, with edible leaves and shoots to boot. This collection originally from Shikoku.

Pot size: 1L
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