Outdoor Hour Challenge
Summer Queen Anne’s Lace – Begin a Year Long Study!
Summer and Queen Anne’s Lace just seem to go hand in hand. Although to most of us this is a common roadside wildflower, it has such charm and beauty that I look forward to its appearance each year. I haven’t spotted any on my property yet, but you know I have my eye out for it so we can enjoy it here in Oregon just as much as we did in California.
During this summer challenge, as linked in the archive post above, you’ll be using your senses of sight, smell, and touch to learn more about Queen Anne’s Lace (or wild carrot). Since this plant is not a true native plant to most of us, your family can decide whether you consider it a weed or a wildflower. Some states list it as a noxious weed.
Advanced Study: You can read an interesting article here about the topic of wildflower versus noxious weed: Problem Plants.
Here’s a free printable notebook page for you to use after your summer study!
Join us for this exciting series of nature study topics as we work through the
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