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My husband and I just took a trip up north and back down and across to the coast (calif) and this beauty grows wild there! Would love to grow it here, but... well, I don't believe it could survive our very dry and hot climate. Doggone it! ♥ So,so, so pretty!

Popcorn - queen anne's lace soft delicate cream flowers on metallic teal aqua sky home decor nature photo to decorate your walls - Fine Art Flower Photography Print 8x8

Queen Ann's Lace... Invasive but so gorgeous! /// Is this baby breathe or another thing altogether?

Daucus carota by horticultural art. Fred has some very interesting photo compositions in his Flickr gallery.

queen anne's lace ~ by nikaa

Daucus carota - Queen Anne's Lace - Use as filler for a lacy, 'transparent' effect in the garden bed with verbena bonariensis, lavender, salvia, lambs ears, etc, the mediterranean garden.

Queen Ann's Lace, one of my favorite flowers from childhood, grows in almost every field in New York, next to the Black-Eyed Susans with their tough stems that are so hard to pull from the ground.

Queen Anne's Lace - if you put these flowers in water & food coloring, the flowers will turn the color of the food coloring.