I obtained my first Korean Angelica (Angelica gigas) plants from the Friends School Plant Sale (neonicotinoid free) several years ago. I didn’t know quite what to expect. That first year, the plants were somewhat dull. They just sat there and photosynthesized.
Korean Angelica is the plant that would inhabit the nightmares of folks who are afraid of bees.
The third year the plants were gone; they’re biennials. I just buy them every year so I have some in the boring phase and some in the phantasmagical stage.