Queen Anne's Lace (Daucus carota )
Copyright: Fred Miller
(aka Wild Carrot, Bird’s Nest)
The regal waving peaceful white tops of Queen Anne’s Lace will add pride and grace to any butterfly garden.
The bright white blooms are tiny, and grow in clusters that resemble delicate feathers. The little flowers attract big time insects and butterflies.
This flower grows tall and strong with very little effort from the gardener and will be a benefit to your backyard butterfly garden.
Queen Anne's Lace is a Host Plant for:Black Swallowtail, Anise Swallowtail, and more
Queen Anne's Lace is a Nectar Plant for:Gray Hairstreak, and more
Queen Anne's Lace Specifications:
Sun Exposure: Sun
Soil: Well drained
Average Height: 3 ft.
Average Spread: 12 in. to 18 in.
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 3 to 9
Note: Can be invasive, excellent for cut flower