Queen Anne Lace

In English, this flower is called Queen Anne's Lace. Legend has it that the friends of Queen Anne, wife of King James I, encouraged her to create lace as beautiful as a flower. It is said, in fact, that while she was making her lace, she pricked her finger and that the purple flower in the center of the lace represents a drop of her blood. Also called wild carrot or bird's nest, in the language of flowers, the sweet carrot flower represents a sanctuary.