This variety of Queen Anne’s Lace (Daucus carota var. sativas) features prolific blooms of lacy umbels ranging in color from deep maroon to white. Highly productive and tolerant of varying soil conditions and extreme heat, this is a farm favorite for use in our popular farmer’s market bouquets. Long lasting and unique in floral arrangements, these plants have a very long blooming period and reach heights of 3-4 feet. Also known as ornamental carrot, ammi or wild carrot. Sow directly in the garden or grow in seedling trays and transplant outside anytime following your last frost.
100 days from seed to flower. Biennial. Grown at Mano Farm in Ojai, California.