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Queen Anne's Lace VS. Water Hemlock

There are 33 plants in blossom on May the 5th.
Bluets Houstonia caerulea blossoms between Apr 18 and Jun 18
Celandine Chelidonium majus May 07 to Sep 11
Common Blue Violet Viola papilionacea Apr 20 to May 13
Common Chickweed Stellaria media Mar 26 to Jun 09
Common Cinquefoil Potentilla simplex Apr 30 to Aug 19
Common Dandelion Taraxacum officinale Apr 03 to May 21
Common Lilac Syringa vulgaris May 02 to May 03
Common Winter Cress Barbarea vulgaris Apr 25 to May 30
Cuckooflower Cardamine pratensis May 07 to May 15
Cypress Spurge Euphorbia cyparissias May 05 to May 05
Dwarf Cinquefoil Potentilla canadensis Apr 18 to May 30
Field Pussytoes Antennaria neglecta Apr 10 to May 05
Field Sorrel Rumex acetosella Apr 28 to May 18
Garlic Mustard Alliaria officinalis Apr 29 to Jun 17
Great Chickweed Stellaria pubera May 07 to Jun 19
Ground Ivy Glechoma hederacea Apr 20 to Jun 18
Moss Phlox Phlox subulata Apr 16 to Jun 01
Mouse-ear Chickweed Cerastium vulgatum Apr 24 to May 27
Myrtle Vinca minor Apr 11 to Jun 01
Northern Blue Violet Viola septentrionalis Apr 18 to May 15
Northern White Violet Viola pallens Apr 21 to May 21
Purple Cress Cardamine douglassii May 08 to May 13
Round-leaved Violet Viola rotundifolia May 07 to May 07
Shepherd's Purse Capsella bursa-pastoris Apr 29 to May 12
Smaller Forget-me-not Myosotis laxa Apr 29 to May 12
Small-flowered Bitter Cress Cardamine parviflora Apr 07 to May 10
Smooth Yellow Violet Viola pensylvanica May 04 to May 15
Toothwort Denturia diphylla May 04 to May 04
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Queen Anne's Lace VS. Water Hemlock

Queen Anne's Lace VS. Water Hemlock
Queen Anne's Lace VS. Water Hemlock
Daucus carota VS. Cicuta maculata
One plant is relatively harmless, the other, deadly poisonous (ever hear about Socrates?) Read on. Of Queen Anne's Lace, aka. Wild Carrot. Grieve says: "Medicinal Actions and Uses: Diuretic, Stimulant, Deobstruent."
Of Water Hemlock, aka. American Cowbane, Grieve states: "It is said to be the most poisonous plant native to the United States. 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.
Of Water Hemlock, "Stems smooth, purple streaked or spotted,... Flowers in loose umbrels." They warn not to confuse it with harmless members of the parsley family.

***~ WARNING ~***

All references to the plant Water Hemlock warn that it is poisonous.
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