at Digging Dog
A denizen of Italy and southeastern Europe, this stately perennial hurls marvelous branching pinkish purple shoots clad with large bipinnate, frosted blue leaves, growing in a triangular fashion. Thick steadfast stems, somewhat channeled at their bases, shoulder a lofty multibranched display of huge yellow-green umbels. Cow Parsley’s big bold presence makes an easy-care choice for the back of the border, a wildflower garden or naturalized meadow.
Size: 5-1/2'–7' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.
Peucedanum verticillare (P-1863)
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