Think posh cow parsley, it has the prettiest tiniest pure white flowers in spring that are held above really delicate soft foliage.
Ammi is usually sown as seed, but because that is a cheap way to garden, you can sow lots and lots – it won’t smother or take over other plants. You may need a couple of years sowing for it to get itself going, but then it will happily self seed away. It is also good at growing on really rubbish soils too.
We use it in: