Ammi are annual summer flowering plants commonly known as False Queen Anne’s Lace, Greater Ammi, Lace Flower, Toothpick plant, Toothpickweed, Bishop’s Weed, Queen Anne’s Lace, Bisnaga or Khella. Leaves are fern like and the lace like flowers are white or cream colored depending on the species. Grows anywhere from 3-6 ft. in height (91-182cm) in average, moist, well drained soil in full sun with a width of 1-2 ft. (30-60cm). Ammi produces a milky sap that can cause skin irritation in some people. It’s advised to wear gloves when working with the plant or cutting its flowers. Support may be needed in windy areas. Self seeds.
USES: Filler in flower arrangements, Cut flower, Attracts beneficial insects, Bee and butterfly gardens, Beds, Borders, Landscaping, Wildflower gardens