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Flowers , Ammi - Bishops Weed 'Lace Flower'

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Ammi majus L. (visnaga) (Aka: Khella) Originated in the Nile Valley & has white lace-like flower clusters, member of the Carrot Family. Originally used as a herb in ancient Egypt to treat skin diseases. Now grown to attract butterflies & bees, this Hardy Annual has finely divided, feathery foliage, in summer bears heads of small creamy-white flowers on branched, slender stems, more in looks like a lacey, very highly sophisticated Cow Parsley which adds a lightness & sophistication to any flower arrangement &. Makes a lovely long-lasting cut flower, Ht: 90-120cm (36-48") (Beware the Sap), Seed Count Approx - 200 to 250 avg
 
 SOWING - Best Autumn sown, direct into raked soil, 1.5mm deep drill, 30cm spacing & lightly cover with soil. Aug – Early Sept sown for early spring flowers AND / OR Mar-May for flowers Jul – Sept, Water regularly, may require staking. Full Sun, Hardy biennial

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