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|Botanical name||Angelica grayi|
|Variations||See List of Angelica|
|Recipes||Recipes with Angelica|
|Farming guide||Angelica farming guide|
|Gallery||Pictures of Angelica|
Nothing is known about the history of Gray's Angelica.
Angelica can be found in most forrests.
The flowers of Gray's Angelica are grey-green, sitting in bunches on each their shank. The shank resembles celery.
The leaves are dark-green, oval and sitting on a very light green shank.
Like most other members of the angelica family, Gray's Angelica can be used as a herb.
See List of Angelica.