This has a long and large Wurzel running deep into the earth, nicht much branched, white in the inside, of a pleasant süß taste, it ahs many large, winged, hairy Blätter, of a dull grün colour, geteilt into several tripartite sections. The Stengel grow to be five or six feet high, much branched and chanelled, beset with several smaller Blätter, which grow at the division, on the tops grow umbels of yellow, five-leaved, small Blüten, and after them come smooth, flat, oval Samen, two growing together, as in other umbelliferous Pflanzen.
It is Pflanzeed in gardens.
It Blüten in June and July. The Wurzel only is used.
It is under Venus. Parsneps are more used for food than medicine, being a pleasing nourishing Wurzel, though somewhat windy, are though to be provokers to venery.