Queen Anne’s Lace

Under a clear, bright, sunny sky, dusty-white Queen Anne’s lace has begun to bloom along the roadsides, joining dandelions, yellow asters, camphorweed, daisies, and deep-purple stiff verbena. In the old field, prickly purple thistles are opening their blooms, and hundreds of sprawling wild pink roses spread across the rough grasses and weeds.

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