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Queen Anne’s Lace

Queen Anne’s Lace

Queen anne’s lace can be seen growing along roadsides and in fields throughout North America, blooming in summer and fall. The flowers are good for cutting, the leaves are beautiful in salads, the seeds make tasty and crunchy snacks, and the roots have many medicinal uses.

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Queen Anne's Lace
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Queen Anne’s Lace is a flower that is very famous for holding a lot of symbolism. It is used to represent purity and innocence in marriage, but it also symbolizes beauty and grace. In addition, this flower has a lot of Christian symbolism. This flower is native to Europe but can also be found in Canada and the US. It can grow up to three feet in height and has beautiful yellow flowers that are very delicate.

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