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Queen Anne's Lace

Daucus carota. This Carrot relative graces roadsides and gardens across the country. Its lacy, dome-shapes flowers are borne on long, wiry stems that are perfect for summer bouquets, where they mingle with and compliment other flowers beautifully. Best direct-sown after the last frost date, it can also be started indoors 4 to 6 weeks earlier. Annual. Summer flowering. Height: 3' to 4'.

Average seed life: 3 years.

Dara Queen Anne's Lace

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New! Dara is the purple-red form of the white roadside Queen Anne's Lace we all love in midsummer. Its fine-textured foliage is topped with lace doily-like, flat-topped blooms up to 5” wide that open white and transition to mauve and eventually a deep shade of cabernet. The flowers are spectacular and long-lasting in bouquets, while in the garden they blend gorgeously with their neighbors. Height: 3' to 4'.

One packet of about 50 seeds

Catalog #8290
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Gardening Tips

Queen Anne’s Lace Sowing Instructions
Planting Depth
:1/8”-1/4”
Seed Spacing:1”-2”
Plant Spacing:12”
Days to Germination:7-14 days
Germination Temperature:65°-70°F

Daucus carota. This Carrot relative is the red form of the white roadside Queen Anne’s Lace we all love in midsummer. Its fine-textured foliage is topped with lacy, flat-topped blooms up to 5" wide that open white and transition to pink and eventually to a deep shade of plum-cabernet. The flowers are long-lasting in bouquets, while in the garden they blend gorgeously with their neighbors. Dara prefers full sun and moist, well-draining soil, though it is drought tolerant once established. Direct-sow after all danger of frost has passed, just barely covering the seeds with soil, or sow seeds indoors in individual pots 4-6 weeks earlier, hardening off the seedlings by slowly introducing them to the outdoors over the span of a week before carefully transplanting them out into the garden. Thin or transplant to 12" apart. Summer flowering. Height: 3' to 4'.