Last year, we let the Queen Anne’s Lace grow without interference. This year, there are many more than last year. Practically a whole garden full, now plentifully mixed with long, golden daylily buds. If the sun shines tomorrow, it’s going to be stunning.

It’s a prettier flower than it seemed at first. Its foliage looks almost like ferns. One of the truly great things about growing wildflowers is that they are so well-adapted to surviving in our climate and soil. They struggle on despite low rain fail, late or early frosts, and other gardening lacks.

Categories: Anecdote, Flowers, FOTD, Gardens, Photography, wildflowers

2 replies

  1. Just WONDERFUL. The sun just burst out so the Queen Ann lace should be splendor in the grass.

    “Blueberry Morning, Blueberry morning and wildflower afternoon” (“Ballad of Cable Hogue”)


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