Better than an after dinner mint, Angelica seeds are very effective at settling an upset stomach after eating something that maybe you should not have eaten. Angelica does in part shade and although it is a short lived perennial it does not look wonderful during winter.
The leaves add an interesting tang to salads and stew well if you are making Rosella Jam or Marmalade.
Angelica will grow up to 1.8 metres in the garden but it does not like to dry out.
In the garden, Angelica it will self seed easily, especially in part shade but as it seeds, it dies, so prepare the garden around the plant for 'seed fall, as soon as it comes into flower.
Medium Seeds - 200 per gm.
20 fresh seeds $3.50
Degree of difficulty in germination.....4/10 (1 is easy - 10 very difficult)
Plants are often available under 'Live Plants'.