Wild Carrot | Daucus carota | Wildflower
Wild Carrot | Daucus carota
The Wild Carrot plant is a hairy biennial carrying an umbel of white or lilac flowers. It is widespread and common throughout the lowlands of the UK, being a more coastal species in areas of Scotland. It is found on grasslands, cliffs, roadsides, hedgebanks, near the sea and especially on calcium rich soils.
Flowering time: June-August
The wild carrot plant can be used as a companion plant when growing crops by attracting wasps and other insects away from the crops. Hardy plant with a wide variety of habitats.
Supplied in 9cm Pot