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Angelica gigas | Giant Purple Korean Angelica | Dang Gui | 5_Seeds


This is Angelica gigas, Purple Angelica, Korean Angelica, Dang Gui, Giant Angelica, Purple Parsnip.This is a biennial plant. It could also be considered a short lived perennial. This biennial herb can get about 6 feet tall and likes to live in the sun or partial shade. It is one of the very best plants to have for the bees, wasps, and other pollinators. This plant blooms from late Summer until early Fall and is very popular with the birds, bees, and butterflies. As an added bunus this plant is wonderfully fragrant when it is in full bloom. It will survive the winter in USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9
Angelica gigas | Giant Purple Korean Angelica | Dang Gui | 5_Seeds

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This is Angelica gigas, Purple Angelica, Korean Angelica, Dang Gui, Giant Angelica, Purple Parsnip.This is a biennial plant. It could also be considered a short lived perennial. This biennial herb can get about 6 feet tall and likes to live in the sun or partial shade. It is one of the very best plants to have for the bees, wasps, and other pollinators. This plant blooms from late Summer until early Fall and is very popular with the birds, bees, and butterflies. As an added bunus this plant is wonderfully fragrant when it is in full bloom. It will survive the winter in USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9
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Dianthus barbatus | Sweet William | 100_Seeds


This is Dianthus barbatus, also known as Sweet William. This plant likes to live in the full sun, but could use some afternoon shade if you live down south. So if you do keep an eye on it and see if it starts looking sad in afternoon full sun. The birds, bees, and butterflies will especially love this plant when it is in the full sun. Growing to about a foot and a half high, this plant blooms in the middle of the Summer. This is a nectar source for the Giant Swallowtail, Palamedes Swallowtail, Yehl Skipper, Eufala Skipper, Clouded Skipper, Common Roadside-Skipper, and Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterflies, and the Banded sphinx , and Heliothis phloxiphaga moths. The flowers of this plant are edible. This biennial or short lived perennial can survive the winter in USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8.
Dianthus barbatus | Sweet William | 100_Seeds

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This is Dianthus barbatus, also known as Sweet William. This plant likes to live in the full sun, but could use some afternoon shade if you live down south. So if you do keep an eye on it and see if it starts looking sad in afternoon full sun. The birds, bees, and butterflies will especially love this plant when it is in the full sun. Growing to about a foot and a half high, this plant blooms in the middle of the Summer. This is a nectar source for the Giant Swallowtail, Palamedes Swallowtail, Yehl Skipper, Eufala Skipper, Clouded Skipper, Common Roadside-Skipper, and Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterflies, and the Banded sphinx , and Heliothis phloxiphaga moths. The flowers of this plant are edible. This biennial or short lived perennial can survive the winter in USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8.
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Myosotis sylvatica | Woodland Forget Me Not | 500_Seeds


This is Myosotis sylvatica, also known as Forget-Me-Not, wood forget-me-not, scorpion grass, and woodland forget-me-not. This is a biennial plant, but it can also be considered a short lived perennial that prefers cooler temperatures and should be planted in light shade. These adorable little flowers grow about a foot high and bloom from the middle of Spring until late Summer. This is the larval host plant for the American Lady butterfly. If left outside the 1 year old plant can survive the Winter and live to see its second year in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9.
Myosotis sylvatica | Woodland Forget Me Not | 500_Seeds

88 Available Now

This is Myosotis sylvatica, also known as Forget-Me-Not, wood forget-me-not, scorpion grass, and woodland forget-me-not. This is a biennial plant, but it can also be considered a short lived perennial that prefers cooler temperatures and should be planted in light shade. These adorable little flowers grow about a foot high and bloom from the middle of Spring until late Summer. This is the larval host plant for the American Lady butterfly. If left outside the 1 year old plant can survive the Winter and live to see its second year in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9.
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Angelica archangelica | Holy Ghost | Norwegian & Garden-Angelica | 100_Seeds


These seeds were collected from Angelica archangelica, also known as Holy Ghost, Norwegian Angelica, Wild Celery, and Garden Angelica. This biennial herb likes to live in sun to partial shade where it grows up to about 8 feet high and attracts a large number of birds, bees, and butterflies. The green blossoms are on display from late spring until early summer. The leaves can be eaten raw such as in salads or it can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. It has a slight licorice flavor. Stalks and young shoots can also be eaten raw or cooked. The roots and seeds can be eaten cooked and the seeds are used to make Chartreuse. The leaves, seeds, and roots can be used to make a tea. A very useful oil can be extracted from the seeds and roots. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
Angelica archangelica | Holy Ghost | Norwegian & Garden-Angelica | 100_Seeds

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These seeds were collected from Angelica archangelica, also known as Holy Ghost, Norwegian Angelica, Wild Celery, and Garden Angelica. This biennial herb likes to live in sun to partial shade where it grows up to about 8 feet high and attracts a large number of birds, bees, and butterflies. The green blossoms are on display from late spring until early summer. The leaves can be eaten raw such as in salads or it can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. It has a slight licorice flavor. Stalks and young shoots can also be eaten raw or cooked. The roots and seeds can be eaten cooked and the seeds are used to make Chartreuse. The leaves, seeds, and roots can be used to make a tea. A very useful oil can be extracted from the seeds and roots. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
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Angelica taiwaniana | sylvestris | Vicars Mead | 10_Seeds


These seeds were collected from Angelica taiwaniana, also known as Angelica sylvestris, and Vicars Mead. This biennial has beautiful soft blossoms which grow as big as a football and are wonderfully fragrant. This plant can grow up to 5 feet high and attract so many different birds, bees, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9.
Angelica taiwaniana | sylvestris | Vicars Mead | 10_Seeds

30 Available Now

These seeds were collected from Angelica taiwaniana, also known as Angelica sylvestris, and Vicars Mead. This biennial has beautiful soft blossoms which grow as big as a football and are wonderfully fragrant. This plant can grow up to 5 feet high and attract so many different birds, bees, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9.
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