Angelica is a tall biennial or perennial herb. Leaves are compound and flowers may be white, yellowish, or greenish, grouped together in umbels. It has been cultivated for use as both vegetable and as a medicinal plant. There is a superficial resemblance to wild parsnip (edible) and hemlock (poisonous).
Angelica is a tall, stout aromatic plant with large white flowers. It has a smooth, dark-purple, hollow stem with large leaves.
It is unknown if it is poisonous or not.
Angelica can be found in the following locations:
- Palude Ditta park in Genua - seasonal (summer/autumn)