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Ammi Majus, also known as Bishop's Flower, produces pretty white flower heads. It is the ideal addition to flower arrangements, bouquet and borders and is a very suitable flower for drying. Sow in April to June for flowers July to September. The height of the plant will reach an approximate 90cm (36").
Warning: Ammi is part of the Apiaceae family and can sometimes give a rash when handled, especially if conditions have been hot, and if a persons’ skin is sensitive.
Product Part Number: 51500
When to sow
When to Sow Ammi Majus Seeds
Sow in mid-spring to late-summer.
Where to Sow
Spring sowing direct into a well prepared seed bed. Prefers soil which is well-drained and in a sunny or partially shaded position. Late summer sowings should be under cover.
What to do Next
When the Ammi Majus seedlings are large enough, thin to 45cm apart.
Flowers 12 weeks from spring sowing.