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fleur-aesthetic · a month ago
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instagram | wildfloralwellbeing
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geopsych · 13 days ago
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A breeze through the flowers making them dance.
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rabbitinthemeadow · 7 months ago
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And with the closing of September comes Summer’s gentle mourning // Part 14
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havekat · a month ago
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Who Wants To Be A Princess When You Can Be A Queen? Watercolor on Black Paper 2022, 11"x 14" Queen Anne’s Lace, Daucus carota
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thunderstruck9 · 9 months ago
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Lois Dodd (American, b. 1927), Queen Anne's Lace, Backview of Head, 2018. Oil on Masonite, 11 x 12 in.
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flowerishness · 20 days ago
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Daucus carota (Queen Anne's lace) and Rhagonycha fulva (Red soldier beetle)
When I was recently down at the beach, I was specifically looking for a Western honey bee pollinating a invasive plant species. Yesterday, I posted an introduced Butterfly bush but I had lots of choices because the beachfront is full of invasive species. I took these photos of Queen Anne’s lace but when I looked at them later, I discovered another introduced species, the red soldier beetle. Both the plant and the beetle are European imports introduced in historical times and now found throughout North America. 
The Wikipedia entry on this beetle is hilarious. Not only is this species known as the ‘hogweed bonking beetle’ in Britain but it goes on to say; “The adults, which are active between the months of June and August, spend much of their short lives mating and can often be seen in pairs.” 
As you can see, I caught these two in the midst of an ‘amorous embrace’. I want to reassure you that I didn’t intend on an X-rated photograph but I’ll have to be more careful in future. Otherwise Tumblr may put a Parental Guidance warning on my blog.
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ontheriverrede · 2 months ago
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Beautiful blue skies today!
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julesofnature · 13 days ago
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Before she has her floor swept         Or her dishes done, Any day you'll find her         A-sunning in the sun!
It's long after midnight         Her key's in the lock, And you never see her chimney smoke         Till past ten o'clock!
She digs in her garden         With a shovel and a spoon, She weeds her lazy lettuce         By the light of the moon,
She walks up the walk         Like a woman in a dream, She forgets she borrowed butter         And pays you back cream!
Her lawn looks like a meadow,         And if she mows the place She leaves the clover standing         And the Queen Anne's lace!
'Portrait by a Neighbor' Edna St. Vincent Millay
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the-flowers-blog · 3 months ago
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Queen Anne's lace, July 2021
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fleur-aesthetic · 15 days ago
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geopsych · a month ago
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Queen Anne’s lace and sunrise.
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patriciastrike · 22 days ago
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rabbitinthemeadow · 10 months ago
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And oh, the color and the sound of it // Part 5
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havekat · 6 months ago
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Flora’s Lace
Watercolor and Glitter On Black Paper
2022, 56cm x 76cm
Queen Anne’s Lace
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oakmoss-fairy · 11 months ago
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The shining kingdom of the foxtails 🌾☀️
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whitmanic · a month ago
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Prime example of one the ways to positively identify Queen Anne's lace (wild carrot) apart from several "look alike's" such as poison hemlock, which can be deadly. See that one pinprick of red blood flower in the dead center of the flat capped white flower head?
The story goes that Queen Anne was an expert lace maker, hence the beautifully intricate flower pattern. One day, she pricked her finger and a single drop of blood fell to the center of her lace. Hence a positive identification here-- blood in the center.
Another way to identify is that under her dress, queen Anne had very hairy legs; queen Anne's lace, the plant, will have short and bristly hairs along the stem after the "bodice" of the plant. A secondary identification.
Don't consume or play with plants you can't positively identify. And always, always be careful with carrot look alikes
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ancientstarrydynamo · a month ago
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Queen Anne’s Lace -- Pink
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