Hardy Native Herbaceous Biennial, usually of wet meadows, marshes and damp open woodland; with large umbels of white or pinkish flowers on tall, stout, hollow stems above bold, deeply segmented foliage in July to October.
Height x Spread:
72 in (180 cm) x 30 in (75 cm)
Very attractive to Bees, Beetles and Flies.
The roots are used as a tonic; also a mild sedative and painkiller.