- Common Name: Angel's Fishing Rod, Archangel, Aunt Jericho, Ground Ash, Holy Ghost, St Michael's Flower
- Synonyms: Angelica officinalis
- Position: Full sun to partial shade
- Soil: Moist but well-drained to poorly drained soil
- Flowers: April to August
- Flower Colour: Green
- Hardiness: Hardy
- Habit: Hardy biennial
- Height: 250cm
Delicious in salads or candied
Use young succulent leaves in salads. In the second year, young stalks can be candied and scented flowers appear.
Herb Angelica is one of the most popular products from the Jekka's Herbs range.