Queen Anns Lace
The Queen Anne's lace lives up to its name since the great flowers do resemble lace. The white flowers have a crisp appearance and often have a beautiful purple bloom in the center. When the clusters of flowers first bloom they are curled, and each group has a significant amount of delicate little flowers. As the flowers pollinate they open into a glorious and graceful cascade of blooms; The leaves are flat, broad, and feathery and provide a fantastic backdrop for the flowers. They will thrive when the environment is relatively dry and are durable and comfortable to be grown. They are magnificent when placed in a garden or as an accent around the base of a home.
Queen Anns Lace is an essential perennial wildflower to be incorporated into any landscape or garden area. This plant is remarkable when blooming. The bloom is a cluster of tiny white flowers, and they are very abundant on this plant. The foliage is a medium green that provides quite a contrast for the flowers. These plants are also commonly known as the Carrot Weed. They will begin blooming in midsummer and last into the early autumn months. Butterflies and bees all like this plant. They are very easy to grow and maintain and can adapt to most any soil with good drainage.