There is a Place for Queen Anne’s Lace

The place for Queen Anne’s Lace is in a beautiful bouquet!  This time of year, Queen Anne’s Lace and wild chicory make a lovely fringe of white and blue on the country roadsides.  This bouquet of blue bachelor buttons, hydrangea, stock and yellow aster is softened with the addition of lovely Queen Anne’s Lace.  Also known as wild carrot, Queen Anne’s Lace is a popular choice for bridal bouquets and is cultivated for cut flower use.  It grows in all 48 continuous states and is considered a noxious invasive weed in some areas.  But at Waukesha Floral, we like Queen Anne’s Lace!

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