'Bishop's Lace' is well known in English gardens. It has many little flowers off one stock. It is also known as Bird's Nest and in the United States as Queen Anne's Lace. It is actually wild carrot and is native to temperate regions of Europe, southwest Asia and naturalised to North America and Australia. Similar in appearance to the deadly poison hemlock.
Boxwood is very easy to propagate. In the spring, take stem cuttings, 6 inches in length, and remove the lower inch of leaves. For best effect, group five to seven stems together, as pictured, to resemble an entire plant. Plunge this group into soil that has been amended with copious quantities of peat moss or leaf mold. Pack the soil firmly around the stems. Keep the cuttings moist, and you will have new, rooted plants in about six weeks. by april