One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A tree of the ginseng family, with large leaves and black berries.
- ‘We'll meet Head Gardener, Rob Ballard and walk along paths that give a succession of views and narrow bridges and causeways edged with Gunneras, swamp cypresses, royal ferns and Japanese angelica trees.’
- ‘They span the range of treedom, from maples of centurial stature, dripping with mosses and ferns, to the slender, shrub-like angelica trees luxuriating in the understory.’
- ‘The Chinese angelica tree, Aralia chinensis L. (Aralia sinensis Hort.), is native to China.’
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