About Daucus Carota Dara
Attractive umbelliferous flower
The Daucus carota is commonly known as Queen Anne's lace. But this special variety is no ordinary Queen Anne’s lace, the ‘Dara’ is taking the cut flower scene by storm. This flower, which is an ornamental carrot, has abundant lacy 3-5” flower clusters, that range in color from white and then changing to pink and deep maroon red. The attractive umbelliferous flowers of the Daucus carota ‘Dara’ last long in bouquets. They appear in both wildflower bouquets and natural wedding designs, where they make a whimsical combination with Astrantia, Ammi Visnaga, Clematis Amazing® Shira, and Helleborus for example.