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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- grows wild around here but I might have to plant some intentionally for cutting b/c I love it so much and don’t want to steal from nature’s beauty.

summer expresses itself with flowers Queen Annes Lace

queen anne's lace- I love that this is on tracing paper or vellum because it is translucent. The contrast of light passing through the paper and the opaque white and black ink stopping it almost make it glow. I'm guessing this is ink and a gouache. I also love the natural subject being represented in such a graphic way. Very inspiring!

Queen annes lace, Line drawing, botanical art, old paper, wildflower, rustic, nature, Fine Art Print Natural history drawing 8x10

nice composition on this lino print - it draws my eye and makes me want to examine it more closely.

queen annes lace in a canning jar. Add food coloring and watch the flower change color.

Queen Anne Lace.- my favorite flower as a child and was heartbroken when I was told it was considered a weed!

Field of Queen Ann's Lace- my favorite summer flower