Angelica gigas KOREAN ANGELICA

$5.00 AUD

Out of stock

Family- Apiaceae
Growth- 
Hardy
Size- H: 200cm W: cm
Position-
Partial Shade
Seed Count-
5 approx.

Attractive lobed leaves look like they have been polished with wax. This variety has a long history of being used as a seasoning, medicinal and tea additive. Purple umbel flowers appear in the second year. Enjoys part shade, in moist, but well drained soils. Frost Hardy.

Sowing Advice

Sow  fresh seeds immediately . Plant in good quality seed raising compost, then just cover with fine river sand as they need light to germinate. Hold planted seeds at 4 degrees C for 30 days (Place seed tray in a plastic bag and place in the fridge at 4 degrees C )then remove to warmth of around 18 degrees C. Transplant when they have their first set of true leaves. Plant young plants in garden. Older plants do not transplant well.