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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

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I offer two views of the same plant...

I have never seen Queen Anne's lace quite like this...they usually are more flatter.  For sure never so round and thick as this one.  It has that center dark flower, but if you know it to be something different, please comment and tell. 

23 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

This is a hard one! Take a look underneath, that may tell. I have never seen a Queen Anne's like this, and maybe it isn't one? Or maybe there are different kinds?

Ginny Hartzler said...

The only thing I found was this: http://www.ravensroots.com/blog/2015/6/26/poison-hemlock-id. There's a chance it could be poison Hemlock.

Ginny Hartzler said...

The leaves of Poison Hemlock are kind of like a fern.

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Mildred said...

This is a real mystery! Don't know what it is.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Looks very like what we call Sea Carrot (daucus carota ssp gummifer) in the UK.
http://www.aphotoflora.com/d_daucus_carota_subspecies_gummifer_sea_carrot.html
Though that itself is quite a variable plant across the UK.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, now that is a different plant. I have never seen one like this! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

Sandra said...

I don't think it is queen annes lace, but no idea what it is. did some research ad found nothing.. it is beautiful..

Tom said...

...at first I thought that it was an allium.

The Furry Gnome said...

What a unique plant, never seen anything like it.

Latane Barton said...

That's a new one on me. I did see those flat queen anne's lace blossoms in a bouquet for a bridal shower once that had been dyed in soft pastel colors. Now, that was different.

Nancy Chan said...

I don't know what flower it is but it is surely a very pretty one. Have a beautiful day!

don said...

This queen anne lace makes an impressive two pictures. They are beautiful.

Bill said...

I enjoy Queed Anne Lace--- and I'm amazed by the size of these.

Debby Ray said...

WOW...look like some sort of a hybrid to me! Amazing. Good luck finding your answer!

Aritha said...

I like them both :-) Queen Ann Lace is called bird's nest in our language.

happyone said...

Can't add anything to what has already been said.
It sure is interesting though and very pretty.

Ruth Hiebert said...

It definitely has a different shape, but is exceptionally beautiful.

Felicia said...

That think looks HUGE!!! I have no idea what it is but it sure is pretty.

Denise inVA said...

I found this here Rose. It looks like a white allium. See what you think :)

http://www.hollandbulbfarms.com/itemdesc.asp?item=-White-Giant-Allium&cat=&ic=81120&_vsrefdom=adwords&gclid=CjwKCAjwqcHLBRAqEiwA-j4AyJ8HICbw8LDwseGk5-vBF9JrSFaXaYk8dHoZoduGIsQ5xcKDM1sebBoCOaEQAvD_BwE

Sorry for the long addy by the way and gorgeous photos.

Devilish Angel said...

Cute white flower ball :)

Red Rose Alley said...

The Queen Anne's lace is so pretty. What an interesting flower. Great pics, Rose.

~Sheri

Klara S said...

I've never seen that plant. Thank you for showing.

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