Ammi majus 'Graceland'
A superior strain of the Egyptian wildflower with strong and straight stems with very uniform growth producing more quality stems for a vase. Uniform growth prevents side shoots overgrowing the main umbel, resulting in a more manageable height. The large, flat flower umbels with clear white flowers are highly versatile for mixed bouquets. Fleuroselect Quality Award Winner. 15cm diameter white lacy flower heads are produced on a strong 50-60cm tall, self-supporting plant. Sow seeds from mid-autumn until early spring.
When to sow: Autumn until spring
Where to sow: Direct sow
Depth to sow: 5mm
Aspect: Full sun or as sunny a spot as possible.
Soil: Prepared, well drained, fertilised soil.
Spacing: Between plants: 15cm-20cm; Between rows: 30cm
Directions: If growing for cut flowers make a shallow drill and place three or four seed 15cm apart, thinning to one seedling after germination. For a long flowering, garden subject plant a few seeds 20cm apart. After germination thin to one seedling.