As with most flowers in the carrot family, this species attracts many small flies and native bees. It also blooms later than most Willamette Valley natives, making it an important species for late season pollen and nectar. Tall, with white flowers, this plant is also attractive in a native garden.
- Height- 24"-48"
- Width- 12"-24"
- Bloom time- June-July
- Water- moist to dry
- Sun- Sun to part shade
- Direct sowing- For best results, sow in fall. Seeds can vary in levels of dormancy and highest germination will occur in spring following fall sowing.
- Growing transplants- Germination can be spotty and irregular. Sow seeds in trays in fall and leave outside over winter for highest germination.