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Large field screen (Ammi majus) belongs to the family of umbelliferous plants (Umbelliferae). This is an extended family to which very useful (anise, caraway, fennel, parsley, parsnip and carrot), but also potentially deadly species (spotted shearling, dead man's fingers and bear's claw) belong.
Large field fencing comes from Egypt, where it grew on the banks of the Nile, but is now native to the entire area around the Mediterranean. It is an annual plant that can reach more than a meter high in a long, hot summer. It blooms from March to December with a fairly bulky spherical screen of whiter flowers.