I love this flower which grows in abundance along the country lanes of england, did you know that its root is edible and it is in fact a wild carrot. sometimes its known as Bishop’s lace or Bird’s nest. It represents sanctuary.
Queen Anne’s Lace is said to have been named after Queen Anne of England, an expert lace maker. English legend tells us that Queen Anne challenged the ladies of the court to a contest to see who could produce a pattern of lace as lovely as the flower of this plant. No one could rival the queen’s handiwork. She however, pricked her finger with a needle and a single drop of blood fell into the lace, that is said to be the dark purple floret in the center of the flower.
nature has some of the best designs that is replicated over and over again in our everyday lives.