Ammi Majus Queen Of Africa 100 Seeds
Ammi are medium sized plants that have white blooms carried on 15 cm wide umbel flower heads. Plants range in height from one to three feet (30 to 90cm). Leaves are lance shaped. They make ideal plants for a wildflower garden.
Information on Ammi
The Ammi genus consists of six species and is a member of the ninety one genera of the Apiacaea family of plants; as such it is closely related to plants such as Anise, Cumin, Dill, Hemlock, Carrots and Fennel. It is a common feature for members of this plant family to have umbel (umbrella) like inflorescence's. Another common feature of the family is that the flowers have five sepals, five stamens and five petals.
Quick Ammi Growing and Care Guide
Common Names: Bishop's Weed, Large Bullwort, Laceflower, False Queen Anne's Lace, Greater Ammi, White Lace Flower, Toothpickweed.
Life Cycle: Half hardy annual. Half hardy biennial (Ammi visnaga).
Height: 12 to 36 inches (30 to 90 cm).
Flowers: End of spring, summer and/or autumn.
Flower Details: White. Tiny flowers on umbels.
Sow Outside: Cover seed. Before the last frost. Spacing 10 to 40 inches (25 to 100 cm).
Sow Inside: Germination time: one week to one month. Temperature 60 to 65°F (16 to 18°C). Seven or eight weeks in advance. Transplant outdoors following the last frost.
Requirements: Full sunlight or light shade. Good drainage. Rich soil. Moist soil. Water during prolonged dry periods.
Miscellaneous: Do not confuse with Queen Anne's Lace from the Daucus genus. Sap is an irritant.
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