Laceflower

Laceflower. (Bishop’s weed, false Queen Anne’s lace, Bishop’s flower)

(Bishopsweed) Developed for the commercial cut flower market.

Looking very much like Queen Anne’s Lace but with larger more dense flowers that practically hide the bright green foliage underneath.

An annual with strong, straight and uniform stems for easier harvest.

Blooms in spring with large, umbrella-shaped clusters of tiny white flowers.

The white flowers are large flat umbels floating above the dark green foliage.

When plants are in bloom it looks like angels have draped celestial white lace everywhere.

Growing to 40-50 inches high this makes an excellent annual tall border flower

Grow in full sun.
Average planting success with this species:70%
Germination: 7-25 days
Optimum soil temperature for germination:55F-65F
Sowing depth: 1/16″
Blooming period: May-August
Suggested use: Cut flower gardens, roadsides, disturbed areas
Miscellaneous: Extensively used in the cut-flower industry.

Requires a minimal amount of moisture once established.

Packet App. 25 seeds. $3.00




 

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