Angelica tomentosa is a herbaceous plant species belonging to the family of Apiaceae. A native of the coastal mountains of California and southern Oregon, where it grows in wooded areas.
This is a decumbent perennial herb that produces an erect, hollow stem that usually reaches between 1 and 2 meters high.
The leaves can be three feet long, but are actually composed of many leaflets, each up to 12 cm long and lance-shaped oval, sometimes toothed. The inflorescence is an umbel consisting of up to 60 ray florets with groups of whitish or yellowish flowers.