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Ammi visnaga is a slightly chunkier form of ammi with dense yet delicate white and green domed flowers, which make one of the best garden plants and filler foliage plants you can grow.
It's green, angelica-like architectual seed pods look spot on with Dahlia 'Rip City' and they last for weeks. These are good as cut flowers too so ammi visnaga has months and months of use.
- Perfect for bees, butterflies and pollinating insects
- Easy for beginners
|Sowing:||Sow undercover Feb-March in a seed tray, module or guttering. Sow direct March-May and/or August-September.||Site:||Full sun, well drained soil||Height:||90cm (3ft)||Spacing:||Plant 25cm apart.||Hardiness:||Hardy||Care tips:||It needs plenty of water. For best results sow direct in autumn. It overwinters well for flowers by late spring. May need staking.||Flowers:||❀ June - September, 12 weeks from spring sowing, this is a cut-and-come again variety||For the vase:||Strip all the bottom leaves and some higher ones otherwise they will yellow before the flowers age. Cut stems to 30cm to cover an oasis globe hung from the ceiling. It's green seed pods are perfect with dark dahlias too.|