Botanical Interests Packet
A fabulous flower for mixed bouquets, the large, rounded umbels of 'Green Mist' start out a bold green, turning to white as the tiny flowers open. Also known as bishop's flower or false Queen Anne's lace, this practically care-free annual is an easy-to-manage addition to any garden, as it is fairly drought tolerant once established. Rich in nectar, it attracts beneficial insects. Take care when cutting, as the sap may irritate sensitive skin; wear gloves when harvesting or wash well after.
Approximate Seeds per Pkt: 120
Native: Africa, Asia, and Europe
Exposure: Full sun
Bloom Period: Summer to frost
Plant Dimensions: 36"–50" tall and 18" wide
Variety Info: 3"–5" mounded umbels of tiny flowers. Before individual flowers open, the buds give the umbels a green appearance, and once fully open, the flowers are white.
Attributes: Attracts Beneficial Insects, Cut Flower, Drought Tolerant