Angelica atropurpurea

Common Name: Atropurpurea
Family Name: Purple-stemmed Angelica
Light Requirements: Sun / Part Shade
Bloom Time: June, July, August, September
Spacing: 30-60"
Height: 30-48"
Bloom Color: White
Moisture Level: always moist
Animal Resistance: Deer
Type of Perennial: New England Meadows
Wicked Ruggeds: Yes
New England Native: Yes
US Native: Yes
Plant Description:
A large native perennial found in seeps, wet meadows, and marshlands. Large smooth purple stems hold up white to green umbels that can be up to 10" across. This perennial can get very large, and likes to have wet feet. Zones 4-7.