Angelica venenosaCommon Name: Hairy Angelica
|Soil: Dry-Mesic Mesic|
|Height: 2.5 ft - 4 ft|
|Blooming: Jun Jul|
A species of Special Concern in Michigan. Its most common communities are oak savannas, open oak woodlands, and adjacent prairies. Its primary range in Michigan is the southeast portion of the LP, but it does occur as far west as Kalamazoo county.
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