Wednesday, April 10, 2024


 It's Wildflower Wednesday here on the Blog!  Today's image is one of my favorites that I planted in my yard and seems to have survived.  This is Queen Anne's Lace.  These were not found in my yard though.  It has the red spot that is supposed to be the drop of Queen Anne's blood that dripped on lace she was making which is how the name came about.  It blooms June through September.  The blooms last a fairly long time compared to some other wildflowers.  It can be aggressive and crowd out other nearby plants.  It is in the Parsley Family.