Wild carrot, also called Queen Anne’s lace, is a member of the carrot family that grows wild. The cultivated carrot that people eat has a European and Asiatic origin. In North America, many carrot plants grow wild common weeds. The name Queen Anne’s lace was given the plants because of their lacy clusters of small white or yellowish flowers. The wild carrot grows to 3 feet centimeters) tall. Its roots should not be eaten.
The wild carrot is also known as Queen Anne’s lace because of the plant’s lacy clusters of small white or yellowish flowers.