Angelica or Holy Ghost; The aromatic stems have a flavor similar to licorice--sweet tasting and useful in cakes and pastries. An essential ingredient of Chartreuse or Benedictine liqueur. The sweetly scented root is used medicinally for reputed value in fighting infection, improving energy and to stimulate circulation, and is even used in Hoodoo magic!
Yarrow, Cerise Queen Perennial--Brilliant pink flowers, borne in typical yarrow fashion: hundreds of tiny blooms, in flat clusters, are produced non stop until late autumn. Same carefree ways as white yarrow, and the same foot-tall plants with fern-like foliage, but the color really makes an impression!
Growing horseradish is possible in a wide range of climates because they are such tough, persistent plants. Horseradish roots are harvested from fall through winter, providing plenty of warmth to winter meals. This guide includes descriptions of the types of horseradish and tips for growing this flavor-packed root crop in your organic garden. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.