Without Googling, do you know what Queen Anne's lace is?

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  • #16
    Re: Without Googling, do you know what Queen Anne's lace is?

    Originally posted by WaitForIt View Post
    Oh, I like that strategy. Thank you. Although since this is a summer thing, the first other wildflower that came to mind for the given environment is something we call Black-Eyed Susans. Which I'm sure is even less clear. Soooo... I'll have to think some more on that one. But thanks again for that angle.

    edit -- aha! I'll plug in some coneflowers. I'm happy now.
    Around here, Queen Anne's Lace blooms with daisies, buttercups, thistle, milkweed, to name a few.

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    • #17
      Re: Queen Anne's Lace?

      Originally posted by WaitForIt View Post
      Hahaha.

      ...I think it's clear from the context that it's at least some sort of plant. But it's one of those things you can't un-know in order to see with fresh eyes. Could replace with dandelions. Queen Anne's lace looks and sound prettier, though, and I do like pretty things. I'll leave it for now and mull it over on my way back through.

      Thanks all.
      Last edited by theblondewritr; 02-01-2013, 10:58 PM.
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      • #18
        Re: Queen Anne's Lace?

        As a non-gardening type I had no clue.

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