Queen Annes Lace


Ammi majus is also known as Bishop’s Flower, Bishop’s Weed, Bullworth, Greater Ammi, Lady’s Lace, Laceflower or Queen Anne’s lace.
It originated from North Africa and parts of Eurasia. It has white lace-like clusters of flowers thus the names.
A beautiful annual cut flower with 1m tall umbels covered in numerous small white flowers and basal, ferny leaves. Cut flowers regularly to promote regrowth.
Loved by pollinators

Sorry we can not send seeds to W.A

Growing instructions on the packet image

If the packet says Grown organically that means it is one grown in our garden