Laceflower Seeds

(Ammi majus) Perennial. 80 days. Hardy in zones 5-9.

Laceflower, also known as 'White Dill', is very reminiscent of Queen Anne's Lace. Laceflower is delicate and airy, making it very popular for floral arrangements. Typical of Umbellifers, expect multi-clustered blooms in late spring or early summer of short-stalked white flowers. Laceflower, though delicate, knows how to make an arresting statement near a garden border. Add it to your floral arrangements for instant airiness.

Laceflower has an intriguing history as a plant medicine in Ancient Egypt and more recently a  resurgence in popularity for ongoing research in its cancer fighting abilities.

Caution! no parts of this plant are edible! It can cause serious harm to cats, dogs or horses if ingested. 

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Growth Habit: Upright growth up to 2 feet with an abundance of white flowers.

Sun Requirements: Full sun, part sun or part shade. All suitable.

Soil Preference: Average, loamy or sandy soil.

When to Plant: Direct seed is best in late Spring or after risk of frost has passed. It is possible to start early indoors, but Laceflower does not like to be transplanted.

How to Plant:  

Direct sow: Sow seeds in soil, ⅛” deep, covering only very lightly as seed needs light to germinate. Keep soil moist until germination. Seeds should germinate in 12-14 days. 

Growing tip: In windy areas Laceflower may need staking support

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Each seed packet contains approximately 50 untreated heirloom Laceflower seeds. 

You will be 100% satisfied with the quality of our Laceflower Seeds, especially if grown in an organic vegetable garden.

Available direct from Incredible Seeds, a Canadian Heirloom and Heritage Seed Company, offering only the best natural, non-GMO, open pollinated and untreated seeds, located in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Laceflower matures in about 80 days and is an open pollinated flower variety.

  • $2.99



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