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Woman holding bouquet of Queen Anne's lace.

Queen Anne’s Lace, also known scientifically as Daucus carota, is a wildflower known for its delicate, lacy white blooms that grace fields and meadows across many parts of the world. Often found adorning the countryside from late spring to early fall, its ubiquity in rural landscapes belies a deep-seated symbolism that has been associated with love and marriage throughout history. This resilient wildflower, with its intricate patterns resembling a finely woven lace, not only beautifies its natural surroundings but also carries with it stories and meanings deeply intertwined with human emotions and traditions. 

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