Also known as false Queen Anne's lace, lace flower, false bishop's weed, large bullwort, and bishop's weed. Commonly used as a cut flower in bouquets. Attracts beneficial insects such as ladybugs, lacewings, and parasitic wasps. Can grow up to 50” with branching habit and lots of lacy umbels. Can be sown in fall or spring. Plants are edible but do your own research and use in limited quantities. The sap from the stems can irritate sensitive skin, harvest using gloves.
SEED COUNT: 100 SEEDS
Planting Instructions: Sow seeds in spring or fall by direct seeding. Cover lightly with soil. Sow in multiple successions for abundant flower use throughout the season. Support may be needed.
Sun: Full Sun to partial shade Germination (days till sprouts appear): 12-16 days Life Cycle: Annual Days to maturity: 65-75 days Spacing: 3-12” Height: 36-50" Germ Rate: 84%