Angelica, organic seeds
Angelica is usually sown in August, 1-2 cm deep directly in the ground and grows 2 m tall. The seeds need a period of cold to germinate. They can also be sown very early in spring or be pre-cultivated in pots which should be put in the freezer compartment of the refrigerator for a few weeks to awaken the seeds and then they can be set out. The plant grows magnificently but doesn"™t bloom that year. A. thrives in deep moist soil where it often self-sows and creates quite a shrubbery. If the flower stalk is cut off before blooming, the plant returns the next year. 200 seeds/g, one portion yields at least 20 seedlings.A portion contains about 200 seeds.
|Latin name:||Angelica archangelica|
|Botanic family:||The Parsley Family - Apiaceae|
|Sorted by size:||No|