There are places in my yard where the wild Queen Anne's Lace can bloom. Other places the groundhog or the rabbit have made their salad of the stems and leaves. This plant, with its multiple platters of white lace, has decided to grow in the very middle of a dense bed of iris rhizomes and leaves. Its stem is hidden and it has grown three feet high allowing me to do all kinds of fun things with the camera. A relative of the carrot and sometimes called "wild carrot" it is really somewhat invasive in certain areas. In my garden beds, I can easily pull up most of the new plants in spring and leave just a few for these lacey caps.