Flowers: September-October. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 1m x 60cm
Milk Parsley is a tap-rooted herbaceous perennial from Asia for late season flowers. It is slow to emerge in late spring and then produces finely dissected leaves and large, flattened umbels of many tiny white flowers throughout autumn. A very valuable architectural or specimen plant for a rich moist soil, where it will really perform! Grow it with late season saxifrages for autumnal colour. Hardiness zone H7
Care & Maintenance.
Remove old growth, which dies back at the first frost. Sow seed in spring or carefully divide in early spring as the new growth emerges.SKU: SELWAL
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