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Seseli gummiferum
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Moon Carrot

Seseli

Seseli gummiferum full sun  partial shade

Dressed in lacy elegance, thick upright stems entertain a wealth of silver-gray fernlike foliage. The starry, snow-white flowers blush with pinkish hues as they explode from tight white buds, fashioning huge, branched flat umbels perched well above the poised architectural foundation.

A mesmerizing focal point for the perennial border or a meadow planting, Moon Carrot favors well drained soil, makes an exquisite cut flower and easily reseeds, offering some consolation for the fact that it can be short-lived.

Blooms July–August.

Size: 2' 0"–3' 0" high x 10"–15" wide; hardy to zone 5.

Seseli gummiferum (P-1354)
Each $7.50
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