Angelica sylvestris ‘Ebony’
Beautiful almost black, shiny, deeply cut leaves. Dark purple buds open to pink flower heads on 75cm black stems in late summer and autumn. Very showy, upright, self-sowing biennial. After flowering let it drop seed each year. Sun to 1/2 Shade. Frost hardy and copes in a wide variety of soils including clay. Hardy, easy, low maintenance.
SEED SOWING ADVICE:
Sow any time indoors in punnets, or scatter directly in garden in autumn and winter.
Sow on surface of good quality seed raising mix. Barely cover with 1.5mm of mix. Seeds need light to germinate.
Keep moist, at 15-20C. If no germination in 3-4 weeks, wrap punnet in cling-wrap and keep in fridge (not freezer) for 2-4 weeks. Return to 15-20C for germination. Seedlings begin emerging in approx. 21 days. Do not discard punnet as seeds will continue to germinate.
15 seeds per pack