Wildflower Centerpiece #7

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This weeks Wildflower is
“Queen Ann’s Lace”
 It is a member of the carrot family.
 It’s long tap root can be dug, roasted and ground as a coffee substitute.
 If you place the stems in colored water the lacy white flower will turn the color of the water.
Such a interesting flower that most consider a weed, but I think it is beautiful.
If you missed the other flowers in this series click


  1. says

    Such a beautiful flower and so many uses..wow.

  2. says

    These are such pretty flowers! Delicate and lacy and you captured them at their best! I love your photos… and all the fun information! Please join me at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS (linky goes live Wednesday at 8:00 pm) with your fun facts!

  3. says

    I love them too Dawn, after seeing your delicate bouquet I think I had better go cut some today. Thanks for sharing.

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