Angelica dahurica, a
perennial of gigantic build growing to 1-2m in height, occurs on
forest edges or riversides. Stout, hollow stems keep big bipinnately
or tripinnately compound leaves, their oblong leaflets having coarse
serration on the margins, the tips of the leaflets sharply pointed.
In July, many small white flowers, lacking calyx, bloom on branch
ends in compound umbels. Bloom time: July.