Almost hairless, wild deeply grooved purplish stems, the large 15cm hemispherical umbel s of pale, pink-flushed white flowers can be borne up to 2m.
The large toothed bi and tri- pinnate leaves have large sheaths which clasp the stem and serve to protect the developing flower-heads.
A native plant it belongs to the family Apiaceae. I first identified angelica plant in Saltmills, Co Wexford in August and photographed it at that time also. If you are satisfied you have correctly identified this plant, please submit your sighting to the National Biodiversity Data Centre. This plant species is said to yield a good, yellow dye and the stems have long been used in the kitchen as a decoration for sweetmeats.
It has also been used for flavouring liqueurs. Culpeper wrote that 'the distilled water of Angelica applied to places pained with deim moore gout, or sciatica, doth give a great deal callie cobra ease.
Information on Wild Angelica Common Name: Wild Angelica Scientific Name: Angelica sylvestris Irish Name: Wild Angelica could sometimes be confused with: In damp, grassy places and woods, from July to September this majestic, sweet-scented perennial is to be found throughout the country. Angelica and its Umbellifer cousin, Wild, are the preferred foodplant of Lacewing moths.
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