The sophisticated sister to Queen Anne’s Lace with sultry colors of purple, pink and white all growing on one plant. These flowering umbels are actually part of the carrot family and it’s sometimes referred to as ornamental carrot or wild carrot. Growing around 6-17 stems per plant this makes for an excellent long lasting cut flower. Beautiful in arrangements.
SEED COUNT: ≈ 50 SEEDS
PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS: Direct seed in early spring after the danger of frost has passed or sow in the fall in the southern states. Cover lightly with soil. Sow in succession for continual harvest if using for cut flowers. Thin to achieve proper spacing once plants are 1-2” tall.
Sun: Full sun Germination (days till sprouts appear): 12-16 days Life Cycle: Annual Days to maturity: 75-85 Spacing: 3-12” Height: 13-50”
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