|Angelica pubescens is
a perennial herb found in grasslands in mountainous regions;
stems are thick and pilose, 1-2m in height, and branch on upper
portions. Leave are of alternate phyllotaxis; each big, bi- to
tri-pinnate compound, leaflets are in the shape of a long oblong,
5-10cm in length, and margins serrated. Branch tops emerge large
compound umbels and densely set many white flowers in them - it is
as if fireworks.