Queen Anne's Lace
Queen Anne's Lace

Queen Anne's Lace
Daucus carola
Queen Anne's Lace or Wild Carrot is a member of the Parsley Family (Apiaceae) and is found throught North America in dry fields and waste places.

The flower cluster is made up of many tiny cream-white flowers creating the lacy aspect that gives the plant its popular name.

The plant grows from 1-3 feet tall and the leaves are up to 8 inches long and very finely cut, similar to a fern. The plant is a biennial and it has a long taproot, that, in its first year, can be cooked and eaten.

The flowering season for Queen Anne's Lace is from may - October.

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