Angelica genuflexa

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Kneeling Angelica: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Angelica genuflexa
Kneeling Angelica (Angelica genuflexa): Fairly common herbaceous plant with pinnately compound genuflecting leaves and umbrella-like clusters of flowers found in wet areas (non-bog?), including stream sides, lake margins, and beach meadows.

Collections widespread throughout the region, though with some significant gaps, including southern outer islands, the central islands and mainland, northern inner islands, and Glacier Bay.

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  • Hall 2010: Common along meadows, beaches, and wet areas.
  • Muller: gen; wet areas, beaches, meadows

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