Availability: May - July
Common Names: lace flower, false Queen Anne’s lace, false bishop’s weed
Genus Name: Ammi
Family Name: Apiaceae
Place of Origin: Europe, Asia and North Africa
How long do they last? 7-10 days
It is a biennial or perennial herb with compound, feathery leaves and large, umbels of tiny white flowers. Although the plant dies down every year it sprouts again in the new season.
Did you know?
The flower symbolises a haven or sanctuary and signifies complexity and delicateness.
Cut the stems and place them in water as soon as possible. Remove the lower leaves so they won’t go below the water line.