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Another Way to Eat Queen Anne’s Lace

I’ve tried eating the roots of Queen Anne’s Lace. This plant is also called wild carrot and is very closely related to garden carrots, so eating the root seems obvious.  But the young flower stalk is also edible, I’d heard, … Continue reading

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Wild Carrot

Queen Anne’s lace is one of my favorite wildflowers. If some happens to land in my flower garden (and it usually does), I encourage it to grow. Here’s some Queen Anne’s lace growing happily among the bee balm flowers in my … Continue reading

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