Angelica venenosa hairy angelica Apiaceae ANVE; Bx, pb (DeCandido 2001);



Angelica (Accessed 3/2014).

Angelica venenosa is a perennial herb to 2 m tall, stems stout, hairy. 

Leaves alternate, 2-3 times pinnate, leaflets elliptic, to 4 cm long, finely toothed, larger leaves long-stalked, upper leafs smaller with short, sheathing stalk, tubular, slender, to 1 cm wide, upper sheaths sometimes with little or no blade. 

Flowers small, white in umbrella-shaped clusters, to 15 cm wide, rays 18-35, July-Aug. 

Fruit dry, oblong to 0.7 cm, base lobed, lateral ribs winged. 

Wetland status: UPL. 

Frequency in NYC: Very infrequent. 

Origin: Native. 

Habitat: Dry woods, thickets.