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Dong Quai Herbs: Growing Chinese Angelica Plants In The Garden

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Dong quai herbs are recognizable during the summer months by the umbrella-like clusters of small, sweet-smelling flowers that are highly attractive to bees and other beneficial insects. For more interesting information on these plants, click this article.

Tips On Harvesting Angelica: How To Prune Angelica Herbs

By Amy Grant

Less commonly seen here, angelica can be cultivated in the cooler regions of the United States where it can reach heights of up to 6 feet (2 m.)! This begs the question, does the angelic plant need trimming and, if so, how to prune angelica herbs? Click here to learn more.

Propagating Angelica Plants: Growing Angelica Cuttings And Seeds

By Jackie Carroll

Propagating angelica plants is a great way to enjoy them in the garden. Angelica propagation is not too difficult. For tips on how to propagate Angelica herb plants, read the following article.

Angelica Herb: How To Grow Angelica

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Angelica has a long history of use as a seasoning, medicinal and tea. Although not commonly cultivated, growing Angelica will increase the variety and interest of flavors in your herb garden. Click here for more.

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