Parsley Family Group 3
Apiaceae
FLOWERS WHITE, LEAVES WITH LARGE SEGMENTS
Guide to Identify Presented Species of Group 3
Angelica arguta – White Angelica
Robust plant, 25-200 cm tall, often ill-smelling. Flowers white, in flat-topped clusters, without involucral bracts. Leaves twice pinnately compound with broad leaflets. Moist areas. Edible. Heracleum maximum – Cow-parsnip
Coarse, hairy, 100-250 cm tall, strong-smelling. Flowers white, with deeply lobed petals. Umbels 10-30 cm wide. Leaves 10-30 cm wide, with 3 large, lobed leaflets. Moist areas. Edible plant. Osmorhiza depauperata – Blunt-fruited Sweet-root
30-100 cm tall, branched and leafy near tips. Flowers whitish, in narrow umbels. Fruits mostly club-shaped. Leaves twice divided in 3's, the leaflets thin, broad. Woodlands. Edible.
PLANTS ROBUST, WITH LONG-STALKED FLOWER CLUSTERS
LEAVES IN 3'S, OR MORE THAN ONCE DIVIDED
PLANTS SLENDER, LEAVES IN 3'S, MORE THAN ONCE DIVIDED
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