Angelica sylvestris

Vicar’s Mead


Large, flat-topped pink umbel shaped flowers are held on top of sturdy purple stems. Fresh stems are long lasting and add a sense of drama to bouquets.


15 seeds per packet.

11 in stock


Additional information


Lilac shades, Colorado

Whether you are growing flowers or vegetables or both, growing your own plants from seed, is one of the most rewarding things for any gardener and you don’t even need a green thumb to do it. With our guidance, it couldn’t be easier!

Flower type:Filler
Life cycle:Perennial
Climate:Perennial. Will tolerate frost and live for many years.
Sowing guide:Refrigerate seeds @ 5-8 C for 1-2 weeks prior to sowing. Direct sow in March to May / September to November. Alternatively sow in trays (recommended) and transplant after 6-8 weeks.
Germination guide:21-40 days at 18-24 C. Light required - cover seed lightly with vermiculite. Keep moist (not wet) until germination.
Position:Full Sun
Spacing:30 cm apart
Pinch:Not necessary
Flowering time:September (if sown in March-April) or 120 days after sowing from September.
Final height:150 cm

Harvesting Tips:

Harvest when half of the small florets on the flower umbel have opened. Expected vase life is 5-7 days.