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Plant of the Week: Plant widely used for its fragrance will also fight travel sickness
© Cyprus Mail | Plant of the Week: Plant widely used for its fragrance will also fight travel sickness

Name: Angelica (Angelica archangelica)
Otherwise known as: Angel’s Food
Habitat: A biennial member of the Umbelliferae family, which grows to about 2m in river valleys and damp meadows. A large, aromatic, hairy plant with hollow, ridged stems and broad leaves which look similar to the leaves of celery. It has umbels of white/green flowers in its third year which go to seed and then the plant dies. Originally a native of Europe, it can now be found in most temperate regions and is gro….. Read More On: Cyprus Mail

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