FOTD – September 30 – Queen Anne’s Lace

Queen Anne’s Lace is pretty and a lot bushier than I remember it. I suppose I’d always seen it in fields where compared to the trees and gates, it looked small. When it moved into my garden this year, it started really growing and before the rain stopped in May, it was four or five feet tall and bushy. And it isn’t a strangling vine, which is a good thing.

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4 replies

  1. Your Queen Anne’s Lace is gorgeous. Looks so delicate, but can be quite formidable.

    Is this a challenge? How about Quince?


    • No quince around here. I don’t know where they grow, but this is pretty much entirely apple and pumpkin territory — with some other salad greens thrown in for good measure.

      Queen Anne’s Lace requires zero care. If you leave it alone, it just grows until its season ends.

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  2. You have great photos of QAL… You beat me to the prompt.


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