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Angelica Tree Fact Sheet

Family:  Araliaceae - Ginseng family
Latin name:  Aralia elata
Common name:  Angelica Tree
Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree whole plant/habit, Photo taken July 5, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree leaf, Photo taken July 5, 2004. Photo of large compound leaf of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, Photo taken July 5, 2004. Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo of large compound leaf with ruler to give some indication of size, Photo taken July 5, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, close up of compound leaf showing prickle with each leaflet pair, Photo taken July 5, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, close up of base of petiole of compound leaf, photo taken July 5, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, close up of base of petiole of compound leaf, photo taken July 5, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, plant was removed shortly before this photo was taken, photo taken August 13, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, tree stump, photo taken August 13, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 13, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 13, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 21, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 21, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 21, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 21, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 21, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken August 21, 2004. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken April 16, 2005. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, buds beginning to open, photo taken April 16, 2005. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, emerging leaves, photo taken April 16, 2005. Photo of Aralia elata - Angelica Tree, photo taken April 16, 2005.
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