QUEEN ANNE'S LACE SEED
Common Name: Queen Anne's Lace
Botanical Name: Ammi majus
Plant Type: Perennial, Heirloom,Organic, Medicinal, Culinary, Herb
Width: 1-2 ft.
Bloom Time: Spring-Fall
Bloom Color: White
Exposure: Full/part sun
Germination: 10-15 days
Description: Queen Annes Lace is a feathery and delicate perennial with substantial umbels of greenish-white flowers over fine, wispy foliage. Queen Anne's Lace makes an excellent and unusual filler for beds, borders and cut flower displays. Grows to a height of
40in. (100cm) and a spread of 30in. (75cm). Hardy Perennial. Queen Anne's Lace seed is
especially beneficial for all skin problems when made into a salve or poultice.
It's roots can be dug up and eaten like carrots or cooked.
Planting: Lightly cover Queen Anne's Lace seed with fine soil. Keep moist. Thin as necessary to approx 12in apart. Remove dead heads to prolong flowering.
Flowers: July to September
PK: approx. 25 Seed
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