Aegopodium podagraria is an invasive perennial. It spreads by rhizomes and has erect stems, hollow and grooved. The upper leaves are trifoliate, broad and toothed. The flowers are in umbels, terminal with rays 15 – 20, with small white flowers. It thrives in shady places. It spreads rapidly under favourable growing conditions and is very difficult to eradicate. The smallest piece of rhizome left in the ground will quickly form a sturdy new plant. A variegated form is grown as an ornamental plant.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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