This high-performing variety—the natural species version of False Queen Anne’s Lace—lends charm to any setting, including cut-flower arrangements. Its graceful, upright stems bear giant (6"-wide) umbels of intricate, brilliant-white flowers that entice not only pollinators but also beneficial insects that prey on aphids and other garden pests.
- Annual plants grow to 30-36 inches tall
- Delicate umbels of intricate brilliant-white flowers
- Long lasting cut flower
- Attracts pollinators and other beneficial insects
Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors one week after last frost. Plants prefer average moist soil. Water during dry spells. Remove spent blossoms regularly to prolong blooming.
- Direct Seed: 1/8" Deep
- Germination: 10-14 Days
- Thin: 4-6" Apart
- Light: Full Sun
Ratings & Reviews
Easy to germinate in a humidity dome with grow light. The plant has a tendency to tip over for me so I repotted them at a deeper depth after germination and problem solved.
Invasive weed with few flowers....
Horribly invasive plant, showing the flowers is misleading and gives the impression this is an ornamental. It is not. The leaves explode underground network of spagetti like invasive roots that you can never get rid of, pulling makes MORE of them. Avoid at all cost.