Forms a mound of deeply cut leaves. According to all reports, its umbels of white flowers should arrive in late summer. Somehow, my single seed-grown plant had umbels of immature chartreuse flowers by late May, which started turning white by early and mid June – hardly late summer. This leads me to suspect that I may have in fact something else entirely. Can you help set me straight on what it is?
In any case, it's behaving like a perennial, not only surviving into a third year, but growing bigger and bushier, with many more flowers – as shown by the picture at right.
|Immature chartreuse umbels in late May ||
In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: curve garden (front lobe)
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|Coriaceous||Dec 13, 2014||Annie's Annuals website claims bloom begins in May. I suspect that bloom begins earlier on the west coast than in the UK, but that your plant ID is correct. |
Thanks - I'll have to give it some closer attention next year.
- Seed from '08 trade. Baggy 70F with light (no G, 22d)
- Seed from '09 trade. Baggy 70F (26d) - some mold, changed filter - 35F (6w) - 70F (10%G, 7-20d)
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