Angelica pinnata

Angelica pinnata, Angelica, Small-leaf Angelica, Apiacaea, Carrot

Flower Identity

Scientific Name

Angelica pinnata

Scientific Family

Apiacaea

Common Name(s)

Angelica

Small-leaf Angelica

Common Family

Carrot

Flower Characteristics1

Standard Height

61 cm
2′ 0″

Bloom Height

107 cm
3′ 6″

Bloom Season

Middle of summer

Bloom Frequency

Yearly

Flower Details

Has a wide-spread head with lots of small white flowers.

Leaf Details

Small serrations, the leaves have an ax-blade shape 4 inches long, 2-3 in wide.

Terrain

Moist or wet areas

Poisonous Parts

Yes, but the poison can be cooked out.

Warning

Many plants in the Carrot family look extremely similar and some are deadly poisonous. Use extreme caution when identifying them.

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Angelica pinnata, Angelica, Small-leaf Angelica, Apiacaea, Carrot

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Angelica pinnata, Angelica, Small-leaf Angelica, Apiacaea, Carrot

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Angelica pinnata, Angelica, Small-leaf Angelica, Apiacaea, Carrot

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Angelica pinnata, Angelica, Small-leaf Angelica, Apiacaea, Carrot

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