Plants By Type
Queen Anns Lace
The Queen Anns Lace plant has a lot of uses. This plant can be used for hangovers and the leaves can be crushed and used for gastrointestinal problems. The root of this plant appear to grow as carrots and can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. They are full of vitamins B and C.
Queen Anns Lace is also known as carrot weed. It is beautiful when they are in bloom and has large clusters of tiny white flowers that cover the plant. They can grow to be up to 36 inches tall and love to be in full sunlight and partially shaded gardens. They look very natural when growing and normally bloom from the middle of summer on into the early fall months. They thrive when planted in average soil conditions and climate zones three through nine. This plant needs to be watered regularly and is also called Daucus Carota by the botanical name.