Queen Anne's Lace Seeds

Queen Anne's Lace, also known as Wild Carrot, is a lovely and delicate flowering plant that is native to Europe but has become naturalized in many other parts of the world, including North America. Its scientific name is Daucus carota, and it is part of the Apiaceae family.

This biennial plant produces fern-like foliage in the first year and then flowers in the second year, with clusters of tiny white flowers that resemble lace. The flowers are highly attractive to pollinators such as bees and butterflies, making Queen Anne's Lace a great addition to any garden.

Gardeners appreciate Queen Anne's Lace for its versatility. The plant can thrive in a variety of soils and light conditions, making it an excellent choice for borders, wildflower gardens, meadows, and cottage-style gardens. It also pairs well with other wildflowers such as Black-eyed Susans, Coneflowers, and Wild Indigo.

Queen Anne's Lace is also used for medicinal purposes. Its roots can be boiled and consumed as a tea to help with digestion, while the seeds and leaves have been used as a natural contraceptive in traditional medicine.

Growing Queen Anne's Lace from seed is easy, and the seeds can be directly sown into the soil in the fall or early spring. This plant is hardy, low maintenance, and self-seeds readily, so it can quickly spread throughout your garden.

If you are looking to add a delicate, pollinator-friendly plant to your garden, consider Queen Anne's Lace. With its delicate beauty, versatility, and medicinal properties, it is a plant that is sure to bring joy and function to your garden.