I am surrounded by creative divas. In response to Her Royal Lacy-ness,
reader Lydia Hallard says dried Queen Anne’s lace goes beautifully on Christmas trees.
“If you pick the heads when they’re full but still fresh, and place them face-down on a cardboard lid or cookie sheet, they will dry flat and make very pretty natural Christmas tree decorations–you can just rest them among the branches.”
And a blogger friend has posted another great idea about how to use Queen Anne’s Lace.
Who knew? (Well, not me, obviously…)
Queen Anne’s Lace is a weed….or is it? If you do not know what it is, read about it here. It is considered a wild carrot. I personally have never eaten one but it is considered a wild food source.
We have quite a bit of this around our area and by quite a bit I mean it’s everywhere. If you are a gardener and this weed is in your garden, it is quite a chore to get rid of it. I never looked at it as a problem plant (like my Japanese Lanterns that I wish I had never planted) because it is pretty when it’s growing.
A fellow blogger who has a wonderfully talented way of sharing things and a very interesting…
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