Use Anthriscus to filler in bouquets

Anthriscus is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. It is known as Cow Parsley, Keck, Wild Beaked Parsley and Wild Chervil. This plant grown in sunny to semi-shaded locations in meadows and at the edges of hedgerows and woodland. The color of this species is bronze-purple form of the common Queen Anne's lace. It produces pretty, highly fringed, and lacy foliage in a dusky purple. To plant this species, you can sow ripe seed in autumn or spring. In planting this Anthriscus plant you will have problems such as caterpillars, powdery mildew, slugs and snails. Anthriscus

Anthriscus is not native to California. It was introduced from elsewhere and naturalized in the wild. This plant is delicate nest of small white flowers above the dark foliage. Unusual gourmet ganish and great ornamental. It is excellent cut flowers that you can use them for filler in bouquets. This grow about 24-30 tall. I'm sorry the information about this species are not enough but I hope you get some information that you need.