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Queen Anne's Lace

Queen Anne's Lace

Queen Anne's Lace
Daucus carota
Of Queen Anne's Lace, aka. Wild Carrot. Grieve says: "Medicinal Actions and Uses: Diuretic, Stimulant, Deobstruent." Foster and Duke say of Queen Anne's Lace, "Flowers in a flat cluster, with one small deep purple floret at center, 3-forked bracts beneath." They warn not to confuse it with Poison Hemlock, Conium maculatum.
Hutchens says "The biennial Wild carrot is a herb naturalized in America, found growing in old meadows and pastures." Culpeper says: "Wild Carrots belong to mercury."

***~ WARNING ~***

All references to the plant Water Hemlock warn that it is poisonous. Do not confuse this plant with Queen Anne's Lace! To compare, go to Queen Anne's Lace VS Water Hemlock
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