ANGELICA (Archangelica officinalis)

A biennial, usually grown as an annual, from seed. It is sown in drills 1 ft. apart in April, seedlings being thinned to 1 ft. apart. It can also be sown in late summer, and the seedlings thinned in spring. It should not be allowed to flower.

The leaf stalks are sometimes blanched and eaten like celery, but are more frequently candied and used on cakes.

09. July 2013 by admin
Categories: Fruit Gardening, Kitchen Gardens, Uncategorized, Vegetable Gardening | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on ANGELICA (Archangelica officinalis)

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