Queen Anne's Lace (faux)

"delicate femininity"

Known as False Queen Anne's Lace, Bullwort and Bishop's Flower

Family

Apiaceae

Species

Ammi majus

Colors

white

Origin

Europe

Grower Recommendations

Remove bottom foliage. Process flowers with Floralife® Hydraflor® 100 hydrating treatment or Floralife® Quick Dip 100 instant hydrating treatment according to label directions and a Floralife® Flower Food 300 solution. Flowers are ethylene sensitive. Treat with EthylBloc Technology for a transport care treatment.

Wholesaler/Retailer Recommendations

Buying Tips: Purchase bunches that are turgid and not shedding petals.

Processing: 

Process flowers with Floralife® Hydraflor® 100 hydrating treatment or Floralife® Quick Dip 100 instant hydrating treatment according to label directions and a Floralife® Flower Food 300 solution. Flowers are ethylene sensitive. Treat with EthylBloc Technology for a transport care treatment.

Cleaning:

Use D.C.D.® Cleaner Solution to clean buckets, vases, coolers, etc. D.C.D.® is specifically formulated to kill microbes over an extended period.

Customer Satisfaction:

Always give a packet of a Floralife® Flower Food with your designs. One liter packets treat one quart of water.

Ethylene Sensitivity:  Flowers are ethylene sensitive.

Vase Life: 3 to 7 days.

Storage: 34 - 36˚ F cooler / 75 - 80% humidity.

Troubleshooting:


Problem Reason/Solution

Limp, droopy blooms.

Queen Anne’s Lace stems can easily become water stressed. Recut stems under clean water and use a Floralife hydrating treatment followed by a Floralife® Flower Food solution.

Petal and flower fall (abscission)

This can be caused by ethylene damage and/or water stress. Treat with EthylBloc Technology.

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