Queen Anne’s Lace?

We had this growing in our garden but got removed to make room for something else. Does anybody recognize it? I am thinking Queen Anne’s Lace?

Queen Anne's Lace?

Queen Anne's Lace 2

Leaves-Queen Anne's Lace

Can anyone confirm if indeed it was Queen Anne’s Lace?

About Eva

Eva Aboud is a community outreach /food security coordinator. She has worked at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House since 2004. And is very passionate about her work. She loves the Frog Hollow community and continues to learn and connect with people from not just the neighbourhood but from all over the world! Also a Blogger at The Power Of Positive Change https://thepowerofpositivechange.com/
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6 Responses to Queen Anne’s Lace?

  1. Keira McPhee says:

    I’m thinking Italian parsley gone to seed perhaps? Here’s some photo’s of Queen Anne’s Lace to compare.

  2. fhnh says:

    Hmm I don’t see a picture Keira

  3. fhnh says:

    I checked pictures of the Italian parsley and I don’t think it is that. The leaves are different. When it first came up it looked like a carrot

  4. lisa says:

    I’d say carrot gone to seed. Queen Anne’s Lace is in the carrot family.

  5. fhnh says:

    I am inclined to agree with you on that one Lisa!
    I found a picture of a flowering carrot and I believe we have a winner. http://tinyfarmblog.com/where-carrot-seed-comes-from/.
    I believe the Queen Anne’s Lace is “Wild Carrot” but I think the seed was something that we planted last year

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