|I would like to grow Queen Anne s Lace. Do you know where I can purchase seeds?|
|I couldn t find a source of seeds for the wild Queen Anne s Lace (actually a wild carrot) growing along the roadside. You could probably dig up a bunch and transplant it; however, it might be invasive and become weedy.
If you are looking to grow the plant for cut flowers, consider growing White Lace Flower , botanical name Ammi majus. The flower is similar to Queen Anne s Lace, but is more delicate and pure snowy white. It is an annual and so should become a weed problem like perennial Queen Anne;s Lace. You can purchase the seeds from Shepherd s Garden Seeds, ph# 860/482-3638, web site: www.shepherdseeds.com