Angelica (Minnesota 're-wilded')
100 seeds minimum
NO GERMINATION TEST PERFORMED*
Origin: Duluth, Minnesota
Angelica, sometimes referred to as garden angelica and wild celery, is from the Apiaceae family. It is a biennial plant, cultivated for its sweetly scented edible stems and roots.
This variety comes the garden of our friend Francois Medion, of Duluth, Minnesota, where it has become a 're-wilded' fixture in his backyard. Francois originally got this seed from a feral population on the side of the road in Minnesota.
Francois is a talented bread maker and market gardener. If you stop into the Duluth Grill, right off I-35 as you are entering into Duluth, you may just be eating some of his produce.
*This seed is now essentially wild in its stratification habit. It currently resides in our freezer. We put seeds into packets as they are ordered. We are confident this seed will germinate for you, and because of its stratification requirements, we have elected not to get it germination tested.