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Yarrow

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Friday June 29, 2012

Bristol, RI (Current Weather Conditions)

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6. newenglandlight
4:35 AM GMT on November 15, 2012
Thanks so much for your nice comments Robert! I love photographing plants, but I'm not great at identifying them! Usually someone is nice enough to do that for me!
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5. turxen
3:45 AM GMT on November 15, 2012
Mary,

I'm a sort of Johnny come lately here. In looking through your lovely postings (scattering 10's along the way like cookie crumbs), I came upon this photograph. The key to identifying this plant is the stem. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achillea_millefolium . As you confirmed it is Queen Anne's Lace or Wild Carrot.

Keep up the great work. Since I am basically housebound, I love seeing such wondrous things.

My best to you.

Robert
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4. newenglandlight
7:24 PM GMT on June 30, 2012
I think you're right Betsy. I thought they were the same thing, but I checked pictures and I guess not! So Queen Ann's Lace it is!
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3. newenglandlight
6:45 PM GMT on June 30, 2012
Thank you Wanda!
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2. luvne32
6:47 PM GMT on June 30, 2012
Mary - We call this Queen Ann's Lace, but it might be a type of yarrow?
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1. Wanda1948
6:27 PM GMT on June 30, 2012
Beautiful!
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