Queen Annes Lace seed
Queen Annes Lace, Daucus carota, is sometimes called Wild Carrot. Queen Anne Lace is the feral version of the domestic, cultivated carrot. The ancient Romans used the seeds as a female contraceptive and to cause abortions. Leaves, roots and seeds traditionally used as a remedy for kidney stones, urinary tract infections and gout. Queen Anne Lace is native to Europe and Asia. Prefers light, well-drained,, sandy loams in a protected, sunny position. Frost resistant but drought tender. An annual or biennial plant, growing to 0.6m x 0.5m. White lacy flower in summer and autumn.