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It is lovely, Kylee, but I found it too invasive for my garden. Now I grow Ammi majus, an annual that looks very similar.
I've seen it growing in areas along highways and expressways in past years. Haven't noticed any this year, but haven't been out and about as much this summer.
Beth ~ Yes, it's invasive, as I noted and I don't grow it in my garden, but I really don't have to, because it's growing EVERYWHERE all around us! I took these photos along the roadside near our house. Ammi majus is prettier, in my opinion!
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