An “inferior” view of this delicate member of the Carrot Family. It shares family lines with celery, dill, anise, hemlock and many others. This wildflower can be found worldwide and can grow in the most extreme conditions (vacant lots, roadsides, dry fields. The large flower can contain as many as 50 umbellets.
These plants can easily grow to 2-feet in mid to late summer.
Photo: Our back yard – Penn Valley, California, USA