Queen Anne's Lace

Planting Queen Anne’s Lace Seeds

Diane Lee added on April 7, 2018 | Answered

I know queen anne's lace seeds shouldn't be planted deep at all but exactly how deep should they be planted. Should I prepare the soiland scatter the seeds lightly and then just pat them in the soil or do I need to put just a light cover of soil on top of them? Thanks, Diane

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Answered on April 7, 2018

First check with your state and county about the legality of planting Queen Anne's Lace, Daucus carrota. It is highly invasive and banned in some areas. It readily sprouts from seeds allowed to fall from the plant. Lightly press into soil to keep seed from washing out during rains. Please be considerate of your neighbors and not allow it to go to seed.

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