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Ready to bloom into a Queen! This one caught my eye because the flowers had pink tips.
Taken 6/30/10 along the road near my yard.
Clarks Valley, Pennsylvania
Texture was added by layering a picture of a field near my home, and slight orton effect.
Queen Anne’s Lace – Daucus Carota (wild carrot)- an abundant biennial roadside wildflower that blooms from June through August.
Queen Anne’s Lace grows up to four feet tall. Its leaves are two to eight inches long and fern-like. This plant is best known for its flowers, which are tiny and white, blooming in lacy, flat-topped clusters. Each little flower has a dark, purplish center.
The white flower clusters are approximately 3-7 cm wide and and become cup-shaped as they age.
It was introduced from Europe, and the carrots that we eat today were once cultivated from this plant. People can eat the large taproot, which of course, is a carrot.