From the Sierras and the Klamath mountains comes this elegant member of the carrot family. Clear white flowers perch like little stars in flat-topped clusters up to 10 inches wide. Flower stalks can reach 6 feet in height with green serrated leaves forming 2 foot tall mounds at the base. Enjoys dappled shade away from the coast and moderate water. Great for native bees and butterflies. A larval food source for the anise swallowtail butterfly.
Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of August 8, 2019:
Sorry; this plant is out of stock at present.