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The Queen Anne’s Lace wildflowers in Rocky Mountain National Park remind me of growing up back east. We used to see them everywhere on our walks in the woods.

Queen Anne’s Lace grows to about 3 feet tall with flat, lacy 3″ clusters of tiny white flowers. They bloom in July and August in disturbed ground. I was amazed at the number of insects it had on it.

We saw these pretty Queen Anne’s Lace wildflowers along the road in¬†Endovalley¬†in late August. We only saw a few of them and they were just gorgeous!

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One Response to “Pretty White Queen Anne’s Lace Wildflower In Rocky Mountain National Park”

  1. Manny says:

    Fit for a queen, indeed, and adorned with a brilliant iridescent jewel worn on top of the head as well as what seem to be two more admiring visitors exploring its delicate bloom.

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