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Angelica - Herb , Wild Archangel (12th C Medicinal Herb)

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Angelica archangelica, 12th Century 'Medicinal Herb', (12th century) Medicinal Herb - Native to cold countries, Russia, Syria, Lapland & Iceland. A dramatic addition to any garden, all parts are sweetly aromatic & grow to 6 ft. Long sturdy hollow stems are ribbed & delicately coloured, starting out purple at the base & rising to a pale-yellow green. Biennial, blooming every 2 or 3 yrs., with towering rounded globes of tiny yellow or white flowers mid to late summer. Hardy. In the 16th century, the roots were chewed as an antidote to the plague & later as a cure against Hydrophobia & a great blood purifier, Seed Count Approx - 200 avg

SOWING - Plant late summer, in ordinary moist soil, in a shady spot where it will stay. Will grow under trees, whose shelter creates an area of summer dryness & although the natural habitat is damp, it can withstand dryer sunnier areas & endure severe winter frost

Price: £2.20
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