Growing Angelica

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07 May 12 Ronald E. Bequeath (USA - Zone 5a climate)
I have found a plant near my wetlands that is over six feet tall and has all the chaaracteristics of the Angelica plant 1. how can I be sure it is angelica and not a poisonous relative and 2. Can I transplant the plant or is it better to plant only seeds?
02 Mar 18 Larry Mac (USA - Zone 6a climate)
Can you cut a small sample that is representative of the whole plant and take it to the local county extension service. They should be able to identify for you.
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