Queen Anne’s Lace is a wildflower that grows in a variety of conditions and is found throughout the United States. Many of the white lacy flower heads contain a tiny reddish-purple flower in the middle, but not all have this.
It’s interesting to examine Queen Anne’s Lace because looking at it from different viewpoints shows different stages of the flower.
Here are several different (and squared) perspectives of this delicate wildflower.
I found an interesting website where you can read all about this wildflower. For instance, did you know the stems and leaves are edible? Here is the link: http://www.flowersociety.org/queen-annes-lace-plant-study.html
Becky’s July Square Perspectives 21
Cee’s FOTD 7/22/20
2 thoughts on “Perspectives of a Wildflower”
oh how wonderful to see it at the different stages, I tend not to notice it until it is in full flower. Wonderful perspectives
Wonderful photo for both of these challenges 😀