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Friday, July 18, 2008

Friday's Flowers along the roadside


Wild Carrot, Bishop's Lace or Queen Anne's Lace...by any other name would be as lovely to my eyes.

9 comments:

Marianne said...

Love love love the Queen Anne's Lace.

Queen-Size funny bone said...

Looks like a summer snow flake.

Donna said...

How Pretty!! Have a Wonderful weekend!!hughugs

Old Wom Tigley said...

I see many plants like this here in England, most as by the road side or hedgerows, I can not tell the differance as the flower heads as so similar... one or two smell beautiful..

Daniel J Santos said...

Very beautiful.

Naturegirl said...

Queen Annes' Lace so delicate and free gently dancing in the breezes..I
just want to stop and pick a handfull and make a crown for my hair! I may just do that! I love the wildflowers along the meadows by roadsides!

Granny Smith said...

This is plant I love to see when I'm in an area where thay grow = not my part of California, unfortunately. Your photo is lovely - as queen-size funny bone says - like a summer snowflake.

Inland Empire Girl said...

I really love this as a filler. I planted it a few years. We don't have it much around here believe it or not!!

Judy Merrill-Smith said...

One of my favorite wildflowers! I grew up picking it in New Hampshire, but alas, it does not grow in Spokane.