‘Purple Kisses’ is a strain of Queen Anne’s lace (Daucus carota) that produces dense heads of tiny flowers in summer and fall. It is very much like the strain known as ‘Dara’ (maybe the same thing?), blooming in shades of reddish purple to purplish pink to pale pink to white on slender, branching stems with finely cut green leaves. The broad, flat-topped, long-stemmed flowers are excellent for cutting. First-year plants usually flower at around 3 to 4 feet; overwintered plants can reach 4 to 5 feet, particularly in good soil. Full sun for best flowering. Annual or biennial.
Harvested in September 2020. At least 20 seeds. (Just FYI, it’s apparently normal for many of these seeds to be empty, but there’s no easy way to tell, so I will actually include well more than 20.)