Dara Carrot Wildflowers
Attracts beneficial insects.
Umbrella-shaped clusters of pink buds open into chaste, white flowers that change to soft pink and finish a deep, rich red. Young flowers have edible roots, too. The multiple clusters of small flowers attract a variety of beneficial insects—ladybeetles and lacewings will flock to the garden and help protect it from harmful insects like aphids. Dara also makes a great cut flower. 75 days to maturity.