Plant Data Sheet
Species: Angelica genuflexa
Commonly called Kneeling Angelica
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Angelica genuflexa is found
in North America from
This particular species is found west of Cascades below 2500’ft.
Found in wet locations particularly bogs. It is a rare
Kneeling angelica may be found in moist soils such as along stream banks, in wet meadows, marshes and at the base of waterfalls
Plant strategy type/successional stage (stress-tolerator, competitor, weedy/colonizer, seral, late successional)
Kneeling Angelical is found in Boreal White and Black Spruce Forests. It is also found in both coastal and interior Western Hemlock and Douglas fir forests.
May be collected as
This species may be collected as seeds. No other information available.
Seeds need 3-6month stratification prior to planting. Seeds also require light in order to germinate.
Seeds should be planted out immediately in order to stratify then germinate in the spring.
Recommended seed storage conditions
Seeds can not be stored.
The only information available currently is propagation from seed.
Recommend installation be in the form of seeds planted out in the fall.
Care requirements after installed
This species requires moist to wet site. It is recommended that the seeds be planted out in the fall in an appropriate location.
Normal rate of growth or spread; lifespan
Kneeling Angelica is a perennial.
Flora of Mt Rainier by Dave Biek
Vascular Plants of
Data compiled by (student name and date)
Nancy Toenyan May 24, 2006