Queen Anne's Lace
Similar in appearance to many of the toxic hemlock species, Queen Anne's lace is a harmless member of the carrot famil that is native to Southwest Asia and some parts of Europe, but is now naturalized and found throughout most of North America. I found this delicate and beautiful one growing in Arkansas' Mammoth Spring State Park.
- © 2011
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- Contained in galleries
- Apiaceae (Carrot and Parsley Family), White Wildflowers