Queen Anne's Lace: Dara
This flower wowed us last year. I used it in every bouquet I could and took way too many pictures of it! This beautiful pink lacy flower is part of the carrot family, but should not be eaten. Prolific 3-5” blooms in shades of pinks and maroons. A must have for the cottage garden. We have used wild white Queen Anne’s Lace in bouquets for years and we suggest that you cut the flower when the stem is stiff but before it begins to turn inward. 7-15 sturdy stems per 3’ plant. Later to flower, well worth the wait! Excellent for pollinators and beneficial insects also!