Moon carrot is a biennial (sometimes short-lived perennial) native to Crimea and the South Aegean. It is drought-tolerant and performs well in sandy soil, but it should also do fine in regular garden soil. It may re-seed readily in the garden.
Moon carrot looks as zany as the name suggests. Umbels of white orbs float above silvery, feathered foliage. The effect is quite celestial. We think it would look even more ethereal in a moon garden or white garden!
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