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Ammi (False Queen Anne's Lace)

Ammi (False Queen Anne's Lace)

Ammi or more commonly known as false Queen Anne's lace (bishop's weed; Ammi majus) is an excellent cut-flower filler. Produces extravagant feathery blooms that look similar to Queen Anne's Lace. A cold-tolerant wildflower, Ammi is also a good choice for attracting beneficial insects to the garden.

This Ammi makes for a great greener bouquet filler. Goes well with any color scheme. Flower heads are 3-5" wide that sit on long, sturdy stems. Also known as false Queen Anne's lace, lace flower, false bishop's weed, toothpickweed, and bishop's weed. Also great at attracting beneficial insects to the garden.

Produces a large bloom that resembles Queen Anne’s Lace. An absolute hit that looks great with any other flowers in a flower arrangement. The lacy flowers appear in shades of old rose-pink, through burgundy to chocolate. Blooms thousands of tiny flowers on top of 2-4" clusters. The plants bloom for most of the summer from just one planting.

Large and mounded umbels with clear white flowers that work well in mixed bouquets. We absolutely love this cut flower as a filler and last a long time once cut.