Photos by Barry Wallace
Daucas carota, whose common names include Queen Anne's Lace, wild carrot, European wild carrot, bird's nest and bishop's lace, is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae. Native to the temperate regions of the Old World, it was naturalized in the New World. It can grow to 4 feet high and has a carrot-like smell.
One of many Eaton Hall ponds surrounded by Queen Anne's Lace.
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