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 July 2020. At least 20 seeds.