Daucus carota
"Queen Anne's Lace"

Daucus carota "Queen Anne's Lace"

Too bad this guy is the parent of the ever-popular vegetable - if it weren’t, it would be far more popular in our gardens as the lovely ornamen­tal that it is. Dense, 3” white umbels, with the center floret colored deep garnet where of course Queen Anne pricked her finger & shed a drop of blood on it bloom mid-Summer through Fall. Nice cut, fresh or dried AND swallowtail butterflies choose it for their caterpillars. Bees like it, too! To 3’ x 1’. Reseeds!  

Due to Agricultural Restrictions we cannot ship this plant to Michigan, Ohio, or Washington


Low-Avg. Water

drought tolerant

All zones