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Queen Anne's Lace | by Momba (Trish)
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Queen Anne's Lace

This wildflower, which is also known as Wild Carrot, was brought to the U.S. from Europe where it was originally used in Victorian gardens. Being popular during the reign of Queen Anne, it was given it's name from the lacey look of the flower head.

 

Tennessee, USA

Queen Anne's Lace

 

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Taken on July 16, 2008