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The Bishops Flower White Lace, 'Ammi majus L.', has delicate white flowers that will lend a lacy, airy look to your garden. This is your flower if you want the wonderful look of Queen Anne's Lace that is not the noxious weed Dacus carota. The White Lace plant is attractive to butterflies. The very small, pure white flowers appear in loose airy clusters called umbels and are up to 6 inches across. Their bloom period is in the summer.Bishops Flowers prefer full sun but will tolerate some light shade. Ordinary garden soil that is kept evenly moist will do just fine. Deadhead or remove spent flowers to prolong blooming period. Plant 4 to 6 weeks before the average last frost date. Ammi can be grown as a pot or accent plant and is much sought after as a cut flower.
Scientific Name : Ammi majus L.

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