Bishop Flower is a upright annual, 18-30 inches tall, flowers are in flat umbels, white, resembling Queen Anne's Lace.
Bishops weed has tall feathery foliage and large white lace like clusters of flowers. Can be used as a cut flower and will last over a week.
Blooms in white. The mature flowers are of a clustered form. Bishop's flower grows as an annual and is a semi-edible flower. Being an annual plant, it tends to grow best over the course of a single year. Normally reaches to a mature height of 2.93 feet (or 90.0 cm). This plant tends to bloom in mid summer, followed by first harvests in mid summer. Try planting Bishop's flower if you'd like to attract butterflies to your garden.
Egypt is believed to be where Bishop's flower originates from.
Bishop's flower is great for inexperienced gardeners and those that like low maintainance gardens.