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This plant is called this because the flower resembles lace; the red flower in the center represents a blood droplet where Queen Anne pricked herself with a needle when she was making the lace. The tiny red flower has one primary function, colored by anthocyanin, it serves to attract insects. The USDA lists it as a noxious weed  and it is a serious pest in pastures.
Queen Anns Lace or Carrot Weed - Daucus Carota will look lovely and complement other plants in your flower garden.
With their variety of shapes, colors, and sizes, grasses are perfect for container gardens. Potted in simple terra-cotta containers, you can decorate outdoor wall structures, patios, and walkways.
Queen Anns Lace or Carrot Weed - Daucus Carota will enhance the beauty of your flower beds and yard, complementing your other plants and foilage.