Queen Anne's lace flower

Queen Anne's lace flower

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Caption: Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota). This plant is the ancestor of the cultivated carrot, and is also known as the wild carrot. It is distributed around the globe, growing in sunny meadows. Its roots can be eaten fresh or cooked like cultivated carrots, or dried & ground to make a coffee-like beverage. It is used in herbal medicine as a diuretic. Its seeds can be pressed to make an essential oil that is used in both perfumery and food flavourings.

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Keywords: botanical, botany, daucus carota, flower, flowering, flowers, food, foodstuff, nature, plant, plants, queen anne's lace, wild carrot

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