|Description||A very noticeable plant. The leaves are large and coarse, deep green and roughly maple shaped, triangular, though with three identifiable lobes.
It can grow very tall (6-8'). The stalks are very large, though hollow and covered with numerous white hairs.
The flowers are are a white umbel like other Parsely family members, therefore positive identification is a must.
The seeds are juicy and striped dark green on a lighter green. The eventually dry to a papery shell.
In southern Alaska, during the summer, the white flowers really stand out against the green. It grows prolifically in moist areas and along roadsides at low elevations.|