Definition of Queen Anne's lace in English:

Queen Anne's lace

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noun

Another term for cow parsley.
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  • Plants such as dill, coriander, and Queen Anne's lace - when allowed to flower - are among the best beneficial insect attractors you can grow.
  • And next summer, when you're admiring the Queen Anne's lace along the roadside, thank the colonists: that flower is a wild carrot gone to bloom - escaped from those the colonists planted a few hundred years ago.
  • Canterbury bells, Echium, foxglove, sweet William, Queen Anne's lace and mullein (also known as verbascum) are among the commonly grown ornamental biennials.

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