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I have always loved Queen Anne's Lace. When I was little my grandmother would pick some and add food coloring to the water so the flower heads took on the color of the water. Special memories for me.

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~It is a very beneficial plant, even though many people classify it as an invasive weed. Queen Anne’s Lace provides beneficial nectar to inse...~

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Attractive 3 1/2-5" lacy umbels atop strong, sturdy, upright stems. Flowers in shades of dark purple, pink, or white. Highly productive with 7-15 stems per plant. Long lasting in bouquets. Also known as Queen Anne's lace, ornamental carrot, and wild carrot. Ht. 36-48"

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Queen Anne's Lace (Daucus carota) I always thought it was pretty so I'd pick them but Mom was allergic so I would put them in a vase outside.

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Wild carrot scientific name - Daucus Carota. The plant was brought from Europe, and the carrots that we consume nowadays were cultivated from Queen Anne’s lace.

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Best White Flowers for Your Garden

Queen Anne's Lace - Queen Anne's Lace This easy-growing cut flower offers umbrella-shaped clusters of lacy blooms in mid to late summer. A relative of the carrot, it has a taproot and doesn't transplant well, but it reseeds gregariously. Plant Name: Daucus carota Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 4 feet tall and 1 foot wide Zones: Biennial in Zones 4-8

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