From: d_micro at ix.netcom.com (Michael L Roginsky )
8 Jun 1996 22:08:51 GMT
To: "bionet.plants mail newsgroup" <bionet-news at dl.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: Queen Ann's Lace as an ornamental?
In <DsIts1.2xA at cix.compulink.co.uk> rwhitehead at cix.compulink.co.uk
("Roger Whitehead") writes:
>>>Oops! That should, of course, be Anthriscus sylvestris. (Don't know
>the 'l' I'm doing some days.)
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Roger, Roger! By the way it was imported to the US from England if I am
correct. It is a roadside plant, blooming now at N34.5 deg latitude.
Micro....alive and not a microbe!
Sorry to sound confused. I know Queen Anne's Lace as Daucus carota (US; in
England as Wild Carrot) and Anthriscus sylvestris as Cow Parsley.
Both Umbelliferae, but different species. -- Chris