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Plant of the Week

Fly and ant on Queen Anne's lace

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Added by A former member
on Jul 21, 2009.


  • A former member

    This was the original carrot, I believe.

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  • A former member

    You're right Tim! Wild carrot (Daucus carota) is the mother of modern carrot varieties. It's a biennial- the white roots are edible the first year of growth but they get too woody in year two.

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