Queen Anne’s Lace
A very productive and dramatic filler. Flowering in a range of sizes and colors, from blush to dark purple to almost black, Queen Anne’s lace provides a bouquet-worthy mix by itself. Also known as ornamental carrot, Queen Anne’s lace is easy to grow and flowers for a long time from a single sowing.
100 seeds per packet
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|Life cycle:||Hardy Annual|
|Climate:||Prefers cool to moderate temperatures and can withstand some frost.|
|Sowing guide:||Refrigerate seeds @ 5-8 C for 1-2 weeks prior to sowing. Direct sow (recommended) in March to May / September to November. Alternatively sow in trays and transplant after 4-6 weeks.|
|Planting Season:||Autumn / Spring / Summer|
|Germination guide:||12-16 days @ 18 C. Cover seed with thin layer of soil.|
|Good Bee Food:||Yes|
|Flowering time:||September (if sown in March to May) or 70 days after sowing from September.|
|Final height:||120 cm|
Provide plant support when growing in windy areas.
Harvest after 80% of the flowers on the umbel are open. Earlier harvesting will result in reduced water update and cause flowers to wilt. Expected vase life is 6-8 days.