Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Queen Anne's Lace


If you are interesting in knowing more about Queen Anne's Lace, Judy Sheldon have written a comprehensive article called The Story of Queen Anne's Lace.




What a lovely and lacy pattern Queen Anne looks! The pretty white is quite vibrant every where at this time of year!



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14 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link! I don't know anything about flowers but I do like to look at them so I think I will have to check it out!

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  2. we have so many of this type of flowers here in sweden especially during summer time. it's lovely!

    have a nice day!

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  3. the flowers do look like a lace! beautiful!

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  4. i will go visit judy, too. these flowers are as white as snow! are they fragrant?

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  5. Icy, you are so sweet to share my link. Your picture is gorgeous. I wish I had pictures that nice for my article.

    Take care & God bless!!

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  6. I've always thought Queen Anne's Lace was such a beautiful. I will check out the link to learn the story. Beautiful photos.

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  7. i think i saw them before Icy, i may have some pictures of them, but i am not good in organizing, it will take me long time to find them :(

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  8. I love these flowers. They brighten up any dark corner in your garden. I've read Judy's article. Very interesting.

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  9. I love Queen Anne's Lace! I wish it would grown in our yard as I really like wildflowers. But it doesn't seem to like it for some reason.

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  10. Lovely pictures and I enjoyed Judy's article. I had always wondered how that flower came to be named Queen Anne's Lace.

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  11. A royal name for an elegance flower.
    They looks so pure and innocent. Thanks for sharing Icy :)

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  12. oh! very delicate looking flower...lovely, lovely indeed!

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  13. oh so beautiful! thanks for posting this Icy BC, we have this kind of flowers but i don't know the name, thanks to you ;)

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