Orlaya grandiflora (White Lace Flower) [20 Seeds]


Germination Information: White lace flower is not the easiest annual to get established, but once you get it growing, it tends to self-sow freely if you allow the seeds to mature on the plant. I recommend sowing these seeds outdoors, right where you want them to grow, from late summer to early spring: They will germinate when they are ready (in fall, winter, or early spring) and start flowering in late spring to early summer.

I have seen many sources advising sowing these seeds in warm conditions indoors or out, or making a second sowing in summer for fall flowers. All I can say is, that has never worked for me in my Pennsylvania garden, and I have had a few customers try that and then wonder why they got little to no germination. It has always been my experience that these seeds germinate best from a late summer, fall, winter, or very early spring sowing (August into March here in southeastern PA, Zone 6/7; your conditions may vary).

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White lace flower (Orlaya grandiflora), also called Minoan lace, produces lacy heads of white flowers in early to midsummer over carrot-like, ferny green leaves. The plants usually reach about 2 feet tall. White lace flower makes a lovely filler in beds and borders, and in fresh arrangements too. Be aware that it can self-sow abundantly, but it is easy to pull out most of the plants when their flowers are done and leave just a few to ripen and drop seeds for next year’s flowers. Full sun to light shade. Annual.

Collected in mid July 2023. At least 20 seeds. Shipping to US addresses only.

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