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Queen Anne’s Lace

USWildflowers Daily Plant 12/01/2012

Photo from 6/6/2009.  Location: The Pocket, Walker County, GA

Queen Anne’s Lace, an introduced and possibly invasive species. For more information go to the Daucus carota detail page.

Thanks to Allen Boynton for identifying the butterfly as a Great Spangled Fritillary.

Queen Anne's Lace, Wild Carrot - Daucus carota

Queen Anne’s Lace, Wild Carrot – Daucus carota

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06/06/2009 The Pocket Early Summer Check-in

In the May 5 post, I mentioned that the wild hydrangea blossoms were forming their buds.  Since I only had photos of prior year’s blossoms – which I think in themselves are quite beautiful – I wanted to make sure I got a chance to photograph them while in bloom.  I managed to squeeze out some time (thanks for giving up work on the ceiling, Cindy!) on Saturday, June 6, and was rewarded with finding the hydrangea at peak of their blossom.

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