Closely related to the biennial Queen Anne’s Lace, this showy relative does not take over and sports striking blooms of white, pink, and dark purple. Very large flower clusters are composed of identical smaller flowers and grow up to 8″ across. The developing buds are nestled in a lacy structure above ferny foliage that contrasts beautifully with companion plantings. Self-sows but can be easily pulled from areas where it is not wanted.
One of Lenora Larson’s favorite plants, our seed is collected from her gardens at Long Lips Farm.