Queen Anne's Lace
- Annual 120cm
- Large umbels of lacy white flowers
- Attracts benificial insects to the garden
Ammi majus is sometimes confused with the Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) a wildflower that shares the same common name. For this reason Ammi majus is often refered to as "False Queen Anne's Lace".
Annual growing to 120cm. Plants are upright and have ferny green foliage producing large rounded umbels of small attractive cream white flowers. Plant is named after the flowers resemblence to lacework. Good for borders and cottage gardens. Makes an excellent cut flower, normally used as a filler, long vase life. Is often grown as a companion plant; attracts benificial predatory insects as well as bees and butterflies to the garden. Also known as Lace Flower and Bullwort.
How to sow and grow:
|When:||Spring and autumn|
|Position:||Part of full sun, moist well drained soil|
|Care:||Plants may need support.|
(Product number: F1-09)
Seeds per gram: 1275 seeds
|Botanical name:||Ammi majus|
|Packet type:||Standard seed packet|
|Packet quantity:||200 seeds|
|Seeds per gram:||1275|
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