Leaf of Queen Anne's Lace


Leaves extremely deeply lobed*, fringe-like in appearance. Sprout from lower portions of the plant around and from several, central, hairy stems from which flowers blossom.

WARNING: First-year Queen Anne's Lace leaves resemble Poison Hemlock. Remember that Wild Carrot stalks are hairy.

Scan created on 10/27/02 by Chris Bersbach.

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