Queen Anne's Lace
Quick growing annual blooms heavily the first year and returns the following year if the plant is allowed to set seed.
Makes an excellent cut flower and attracts beneficial insects to the garden. Sow after danger of frost has passed and every 2 weeks for successive blooms. Thin to 12" apart.
The Queen Anne's lace flower resembles lace, and oftentimes the flower has a solitary purple dot in the center.
Contains 200 seeds
Tip: If you’re planning to pick Queen Anne’s Lace, learning to identify the lookalikes is crucial because some of them are dangerous.