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Is this angelica?

 
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Is this angelica? I have looked it up on google but I can't tell. It's about 3 feet tall.
If not, is it something I should allow to grow? There is a lot of it in my gardens right now. I'm in central Indiana, zone 5
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Looks like White Snakeroot.
 
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Thank you.
I pulled out all I could see.
I'll probably be ripping more out for years.
It sure was pretty though.
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