Also known as 'White Dill,' the plants are upright, reaching eighteen to thirty inches tall. The flowers are in flat umbels, white, and resembling 'Queen Anne's Lace.'
Originally from Northeast Africa and Eurasia, it has been naturalized in the United States. It prefers sunny to lightly shaded locations with dry to mesic soils. Thrives best in Mediterranean-like climates. Makes a great cut-flower. Annual. Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 450 seeds.
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