Dystaenia takesimana Wild Korean Celery
A rare perennial, native to Korea, that produces deeply divided leaves and attractive umbels of white flowers on tall stems in July to September. The leaves and stalks are celery-flavoured and can be used in soups and stews - we also use the young leaves in salads. Fantastic plant for bees and other insects. Height 150 cm. Moist, humus rich soil in sun to part shade.