Where to plant in my garden?
Wild Carrot looks attractive at the back of a border or in a meadow.
Does well in dry environments due to its long taproot.
Habitat: Grassland and coastal sites.
Growth Type: Biennial
Position: Full sun to semi-shade
Soil Preference: Chalk/ Wide range/ Well drained
RHS Perfect for Pollinators
5 Standard plugs (30cc)
Umbrella-like flower heads are nectar and pollen rich, attracting a range of insects, including bees, hoverflies and beetles.
When the flowers fade seed heads add interest to a winter garden.
A caterpillar food plant of the Yellow Belle Moth.
Advised to plant in informal groups to encourage recognition and attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.