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Daucus carota

reng taxonomic :

  • espècia

estatut de conservacion :

  • Preocupacion menora

taxon superior :

  • Daucus

nom scientific :

  • Daucus carota (autor taxonomic : Carl von Linné ; data de descripcion scientifica : sègle 18)

natura de l'element :

  • taxon

descrit per :

  • Zhiwu Mingshi Tukao (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q107402376)
  • Dictionnaire raisonné de la langue vivante grande-russienne (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q30199770)
  • Flora Reipublicae Popularis Sinicae, volume 55(3) (pagina : 223)
  • Q19133013 (afirmacion detalhada dins : Q112654770)

URL Germplasm Resources Information Network :

ce taxon produit :

  • wild carrot

nom cort :

  • D. carota

nom vernacular :

  • 胡蘿蔔
  • Möhre
  • 胡萝卜
  • 野胡萝卜
  • 野胡萝卜子
  • 鹤虱风
  • carotte
  • 野胡萝卜根
  • navadno korenje
  • Queen Anne's lace
  • Carotte sauvage
  • mrkev obecná
  • gewöhnliche Möhre
  • peen
  • 南鹤虱
  • Wild Carrot
  • 野胡萝卜(胡萝卜)
  • Peen
  • wild carrot

de pas confondre amb :

  • wild carrot

sosclassa de :

  • carrot plant
  • planta bisannau
  • Planta utila

UMLS CUI :

  • C0996917

còdi OEPP :

  • DAUCA

usatge :

  • Planta medicinala
  • legum

envahit :

  • Colómbia Britanica
  • Albèrta
  • Tèrranòva e Labrador
  • Illa del Prince Edoard
  • Shanghai
  • Nòu Brunswick
  • Ontàrio
  • Manitòba
  • Quebèc
  • Saskatchewan
  • Nòva Escòcia

maintenu par le wikiprojet :

  • wikiprojet biologie de l'invasion

citation d'un auteur du taxon :

  • L.

URL d'un génome séquencé :

rusticité de la plante :

  • 4

categoria principala :

  • Catégorie:Carotte

aire de répartition :

  • Xinjiang
  • Guangdong
  • Republica Populara de China (unitat administrativa : Jiangxi, Shaanxi)
  • Region autonòma du Tibet
  • Pequin
  • Shanghai

Identificant Wikidata :

La pastanaga o la carròta (Daucus carota) es una planta, cultivada o pas, que se'n consumís la raiç quand es cultivada. Fa partida de la familha de las Apiaceae, abans coneguda amb lo nom d'ombellifèras.

Aquesta planta biennala es cultivada coma annala. I a tanben de varietats silvèstras. De varietats cultivadas son atestadas tre l'antiquitat ; al sègle XVII los olandeses ne seleccionèron d'autras de color iranjada e rogenca (de per abans èran negras o violacèas). La germinacion es dificila pr'amor que fòrça granas son pas viablas e la creissença es fòrça lenta. An besonh d'èsser deserbadas de manièra eficaça per que las plantulas se desvolòpan en primièr dapasset. Son cultivadas en rengada dins d'òrts o ben en cultura extensiva. An besonh de tèrras moflas e sablonencas per que la racina cresca coma cal. Lo terren pòt pas èsser peirós ni pòt i aver fòrça fems pr'amor qu'alavetz las raices forcan.

Del punt de vista nutritiu son importantas per lor contengut ric en betacarotèn, precursor de la vitamina A e contenon pauc de lipids e de proteïnas. Provesisson una energia de 40 calorias per cada cent gramas.

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Daucus carota (probably subsp. commutatus) Calvi, Corse, France (Tigerente)

(nl: Wilde wortel plant) Daucus carota; (Rasbak)

Daucus carota a shomron (Daniel Ventura)

wilde Möhre, Photo im Juli 2004, Kristian Peters (Fabelfroh)

Daucus carota leaves Close up Sierra Madrona, May 11, 2008 (Javier martin)

Daucus carota Habitus Sierra Madrona, May 11, 2008 (Javier martin)

This plant is probably Daucus carota; Vadmurok in Hungarian. (Gubbubu)

Bewuchs am Südhang des Hohentwiel: Gewöhnliche Kratzdistel (lila, Mitte), Möhre (weiß, oben), Gemeine Hasel (Strauch, Hintergrund) (Rotatebot)

Paprastoji morka (Daucus carota)

Šeima. Salieriniai (Apiaceae)

Foto: Algirdas, 2006 m. liepos 25 d., Lietuva
(File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske))

Daucus carota habitus, Dehesa Boyal de Puertollano, Spain (Javier martin)

dactus carota (wild carrot) (Pikiwikisrael)

Queen Anne's Lace (FlickrLickr)

Wild carrot flower (Daucus carota subsp. carota) showing a compound umbel in the Kätcheslachpark, Frankfurt, Germany (Quartl)

unidentified plant (Butko)

unidentified plant (Butko)

unidentified plant (Butko)

This photo is from Gardenology.org and is available under CC-BY-SA 3.0 license. If you use it, please include attribution to Gardenology.org, with a link if the media allows it. If the name is missing, click here. (RaffiKojian)

This photo is from Gardenology.org and is available under CC-BY-SA 3.0 license. If you use it, please include attribution to Gardenology.org, with a link if the media allows it. If the name is missing, click here. (RaffiKojian)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota) An interesting plant, not only as the ancestor of the cultivated carrot but for the way the flower umbels mature: seen here are the white flowerheads which th deepen in colour as they mature; the seedheads curl up into cupshapes like birds' nests, which when dried up may detach and blow around, spreading the seeds.

The root is edible but not much sought after, and the plant is regarded as an invasive weed in some respects. It is frequently to be found growing on the coast, as here, and it is pollinated by butterflies and other flying insects that are attracted to the single tiny floweretin the centre of each inflorescence which is coloured pink or purple. This gave rise to the American name Queen Ann's Lace (in Britain this is another name for Cow Parsley). The story was Queen Ann pricked her finger and left a spot of blood on the lacy bloom. The coloured floweret was held to be a cure for epilepsy, and the Wild Carrot also has contraceptive properties for which it is still used today.

See http://www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/queen.html for further information and folklore on this interesting plant.
(GeographBot)

Daucus carota

גזר קיפח
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גזר הגינה (Rotatebot)

גזר הגינה (Matanya)

Oxeye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) and Wild carrot (Daucus carota) flowers in London, England. (DenesFeri)

Daucus carota plant in its natural habitat. (Cwmhiraeth)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota) flowers in Kew Gardens, England. (DenesFeri)

Daucus carota (Rob Hille)

Bloeiende wortel (peen) half juni. (File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske))

Wild carrot, Thatcher Point See the nearby 1333259; this is a less open, more pink specimen. (GeographBot)

ِAegopodium podagraria, Plants of Israel (Pikiwikisrael)

de:Daucus carota Allgäu, Winter 2010 (Alofok)

Daucus carota ssp. carota, Apiaceae, Wild Carrot, Bird's Nest, Bishop's Lace, habitus; Mintraching, Bavaria, Germany. The blooming plant is used in homeopathy as remedy: Daucus carota (Dauc.) (Llez)

fr Photos prise à la décrue, après l'inondation record de l'Aa (niveau record dépassé de 40 cm), début mars 2002 ; Près de l'église, au centre de Blendecques en aval de Arques, Cette carotte sauvage est encore maintenue par ses radicelles, mais le sol dans lequel elle poussait a été totalement emporté. (Lamiot)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota); Pflanze mit blühenden und fruchtenden Dolden. (JuTa)

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Carrot in flower, Cambridge Daucus carota blooming in the University Botanic Garden. (GeographBot)

Daucus carota (Wilde Möhre) against the evening sky (Flickr upload bot)

Растение (Butko)

Daucus carota (File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske))

Wild Carrot leaf (File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske))

Plant at Lossower Burgwall in Frankfurt (Oder), Brandenburg, Germany (Sebastian Wallroth)

Plant at Lossower Burgwall in Frankfurt (Oder), Brandenburg, Germany (Sebastian Wallroth)

Daucus carota at Lossower Burgwall in Frankfurt (Oder), Brandenburg, Germany (Sebastian Wallroth)

Plant at Lossower Burgwall in Frankfurt (Oder), Brandenburg, Germany (Sebastian Wallroth)

Wild carrot - Inis Meáin (Paucabot)

Wilde Möhre, Apiaceae, Deutschland, Bayern, Oberfranken, Selbitz

Photo: U.Schmidt, VIII.2012
(Rotatebot)

Wilde Möhre Samenstand (File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske))

Centralmente: estremitá di carota selvatica.

Sponza in boccioli e sponza fiorita.
(Ver vera)

Wild carrots by Portland Harbour (GeographBot)

Wild carrot and grass on South West Coast Path. On the coast path between Holcombe and Dawlish, east of Teignmouth Road. (GeographBot)

Daucus carota, Queen Anne's lace, on a roadside. (Jrosenberry1)

Daucus carota - Wilde Möhre (Uckermaerker)

Carotte sauvage, Daucus carota , à Vaudreuil-Dorion, Québec (Jeangagnon)

Carotte sauvage, Daucus carota , à Vaudreuil-Dorion, Québec (Jeangagnon)

Marchew zwyczajna (Kapsuglan)

Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. (Ryan Hodnett)

Flora i fauna doliny Różanego Potoku w Poznaniu (okolice kampusu Morasko i pętli PST). Sierpień 2013r. (MOs810)

Blühende Karotte als Balkonpflanze, 80cm hoch, Süddeutschland (München) Mitte Juni, (rechts dahinter lila Lavendel Blüten). (Berndinger71)

Daucus carota / carotte sauvage / queen Anne's lace (Medium69)

Carotte sauvage - Daucus carota (Vatadoshu)

Carotte sauvage (SteinsplitterBot)

Introduced, warm-season, biennial (2 years), erect herb, 30-150 cm tall. Stems are bristly and striated. Leaves are hairless and once or twice divided; leaflets are lobed. Flowerheads are large (to 12 cm) umbrella-shaped structures, which are surrounded by divided bracts with threadlike segments. Flowers are white or pinkish and about 2.5 mm wide; the petals are often uneven in size. Fruit are 3–4 mm long and ribbed, with rows of short hairs. Flowering is from spring to autumn. A native of Eurasia and North Africa, it occurs along roadsides and in waste places. An indicator of disturbance and bare ground. It is a common component of roadsides, but rarely is found in pastures. Susceptible to trampling and grazing by livestock. (Amada44)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) in Hockenheim-Talhaus (AnRo0002)

Pusteblumen an einer Autobahnraststätte (Ssheelaa)

Wild Carrot or Daucus carota at Largs, North Ayrshire, Scotland. (Rosser1954)

Wilde Möhre, Daucus carota (NobbiP)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) auf einem Sandhügel einer Baustelle in Hockenheim (AnRo0002)

Lace Flower (File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske))

Daucus carota (Apiaceae), Botanical Garden Bern, Switzerland (MurielBendel)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota), 55294 Bodenheim, Germany (VBuhl)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota), 55294 Bodenheim, Germany (VBuhl)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota), 55294 Bodenheim, Germany (VBuhl)

Inflorescence of Daucus carota (Apiaceae); Giriz near Rottenschwil, Canton of Aargau, Switzerland (MurielBendel)


Carrot Daucus carota

Identifier: flowerbeeplant00love (find matches)
Title: The flower and the bee; plant life and pollination
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Lovell, John Harvey, 1860-1939
Subjects: Fertilization of plants
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's sons
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
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Fig. 109. Button-Bush. Cephalanthus occidentalisA handsome swamp-shrub with small white flowers in dense spherical heads
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Fig. 110. Carrot. Dauciis Carota yicuousness is gained by the aggregation of many small white flowers in a level-topn(flower-clust_er. In the lower figure the bird-nest formed by the cluster after it h Conspiiflogone to seed is showa ed THE FLOWER AND THE BEE The largest tree-flowers known belong to the Magnolia.One Southern species has a white flower, with a purple centre,which measures ten inches across. Their effect in early springis grand beyond description, illuminating the whole landscapeand filling the air with rich perfume. Of the five northernspecies four are white, and one is greenish yellow. Magnificentwhite flowers are likewise displayed by several species of pond-lilies; but very frequently white flowers are of small size, andconspicuousness is gained by their aggregation in masses. Small, densely clustered white flowers standing in the samehorizontal plane and affording a convenient landing-place forinsects are very common in the mustard, saxifrage, carrot,honeysuckle, a

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A photo of the wild carrot. (Deadstar)

A flowing Queen Anne's-lace (Daucus carota) in the hedgerow's along a footpath in the countryside in the neighbourhood of Brejos, Albufeira, Algarve, Portugal. (Kolforn)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) in Bruchmühlbach-Miesau (AnRo0002)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) bei Hockenheim (AnRo0002)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) bei Hockenheim (AnRo0002)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) bei Hockenheim (AnRo0002)

Daucus carota subsp. carota with its root (Southpark)

Pollinator Garden, Northeast Regional Office, Hadley, MA.


A Queen Anne's lace flower in the pollinator garden outside the Regional Office building in Hadley, MA.

Credit: Samantha Derrick/USFWS
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Introduced, warm-season, biennial (2 years), erect herb, 30-150 cm tall. Stems are bristly and striated. Leaves are hairless and once or twice divided; leaflets are lobed. Flowerheads are large (to 12 cm) umbrella-shaped structures, which are surrounded by divided bracts with threadlike segments. Flowers are white or pinkish and about 2.5 mm wide; the petals are often uneven in size. Fruit are 3–4 mm long and ribbed, with rows of short hairs. Flowering is from spring to autumn. A native of Eurasia and North Africa, it occurs along roadsides and in waste places. An indicator of disturbance and bare ground. It is a common component of roadsides, but rarely is found in pastures. Susceptible to trampling and grazing by livestock. This plant has become incredibly abundant this year on the Northern Tablelands due to a wet Dec and Jan (Josve05a)

Introduced, warm-season, biennial (2 years), erect herb, 30-150 cm tall. Stems are bristly and striated. Leaves are hairless and once or twice divided; leaflets are lobed. Flowerheads are large (to 12 cm) umbrella-shaped structures, which are surrounded by divided bracts with threadlike segments. Flowers are white or pinkish and about 2.5 mm wide; the petals are often uneven in size. Fruit are 3–4 mm long and ribbed, with rows of short hairs. Flowering is from spring to autumn. A native of Eurasia and North Africa, it occurs along roadsides and in waste places. An indicator of disturbance and bare ground. It is a common component of roadsides, but rarely is found in pastures. Susceptible to trampling and grazing by livestock. This plant has become incredibly abundant this year on the Northern Tablelands due to a wet Dec and Jan (Josve05a)

Introduced, warm-season, biennial (2 years), erect herb, 30-150 cm tall. Stems are bristly and striated. Leaves are hairless and once or twice divided; leaflets are lobed. Flowerheads are large (to 12 cm) umbrella-shaped structures, which are surrounded by divided bracts with threadlike segments. Flowers are white or pinkish and about 2.5 mm wide; the petals are often uneven in size. Fruit are 3–4 mm long and ribbed, with rows of short hairs. Flowering is from spring to autumn. A native of Eurasia and North Africa, it occurs along roadsides and in waste places. An indicator of disturbance and bare ground. It is a common component of roadsides, but rarely is found in pastures. Susceptible to trampling and grazing by livestock. This plant has become incredibly abundant this year on the Northern Tablelands due to a wet Dec and Jan (Josve05a)

Introduced, warm-season, biennial (2 years), erect herb, 30-150 cm tall. Stems are bristly and striated. Leaves are hairless and once or twice divided; leaflets are lobed. Flowerheads are large (to 12 cm) umbrella-shaped structures, which are surrounded by divided bracts with threadlike segments. Flowers are white or pinkish and about 2.5 mm wide; the petals are often uneven in size. Fruit are 3–4 mm long and ribbed, with rows of short hairs. Flowering is from spring to autumn. A native of Eurasia and North Africa, it occurs along roadsides and in waste places. An indicator of disturbance and bare ground. It is a common component of roadsides, but rarely is found in pastures. Susceptible to trampling and grazing by livestock. This plant has become incredibly abundant this year on the Northern Tablelands due to a wet Dec and Jan. (Josve05a)

Introduced, warm-season, biennial (2 years), erect herb, 30-150 cm tall. Stems are bristly and striated. Leaves are hairless and once or twice divided; leaflets are lobed. Flowerheads are large (to 12 cm) umbrella-shaped structures, which are surrounded by divided bracts with threadlike segments. Flowers are white or pinkish and about 2.5 mm wide; the petals are often uneven in size. Fruit are 3–4 mm long and ribbed, with rows of short hairs. Flowering is from spring to autumn. A native of Eurasia and North Africa, it occurs along roadsides and in waste places. An indicator of disturbance and bare ground. It is a common component of roadsides, but rarely is found in pastures. Susceptible to trampling and grazing by livestock. This plant has become incredibly abundant this year on the Northern Tablelands due to a wet Dec and Jan. (Josve05a)

Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota). From a vase of cut flowers that had been sitting out for a couple weeks. (Rhododendrites)

Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota) umbel/flowers. From a vase of cut flowers that had been sitting out for a couple weeks. (Rhododendrites)

Underneath a Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota) umbel. From a vase of cut flowers that had been sitting out for a couple weeks. (Rhododendrites)

Underneath a Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota) umbel. From a vase of cut flowers that had been sitting out for a couple weeks. (Rhododendrites)

Underneath a Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota) umbel. From a vase of cut flowers that had been sitting out for a couple weeks. (Rhododendrites)

Underneath a Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota) umbel. From a vase of cut flowers that had been sitting out for a couple weeks. (Rhododendrites)

Fleur d'une carotte sauvauge, Daucus carota. (Daniel VILLAFRUELA)

Queen Anne's Lace -- Daucus carota (Jim Evans)

Schwarze Mohrenblüte der Wilden Möhre. Sie hilft der Pflanze bei der Bestäubung. Die dunklen Blüten wirken als Fliegenattrappe und locken weitere Fliegen an. Die Aufnahme wurde bei Reibersdorf entlang der Donau gemacht. (Rosa-Maria Rinkl)

Wilde Möhre kurz vor dem Aufblühen. Die Aufnahme entstand im Schutzgebiet entlang der Donau zwischen Reibersdorf und Bogen. (Rosa-Maria Rinkl)

Mohrenblüte der Wilden Möhre am Donau-Hochwasserdamm bei Reibersdorf. Naturpark Bayerischer Wald. (Rosa-Maria Rinkl)

Die Mohrenblüte im Zentrum der Dolde lockt Fliegen an, von denen die Wilde Möhre überwiegend bestäubt wird. Donauufer bei Mariaposching. (Rosa-Maria Rinkl)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) auf einer Brachfläche am Messplatz in Hockenheim (AnRo0002)

Ritzenbotanik: Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) und Natternkopf in Hockenheim (AnRo0002)

Queen Anne's Lace (Daucus carota) along road in Auburn, WA (Ron Clausen)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) auf einer Brachfläche am Messplatz in Hockenheim (AnRo0002)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) bei Reilingen (AnRo0002)

white Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota̠) with some (yellow) tansy. Growing wild roadside in Auburn, WA (Ron Clausen)

Daucus carota (Ανώνυμος Βικιπαιδιστής)

Daucus carota (Ανώνυμος Βικιπαιδιστής)

Poljski cvet (DjordjeMarkovic)

Marchew zwyczajna. Daucus carota L. (Jokopein)

Marchew zwyczajna. Daucus carota L. (Jokopein)

Marchew zwyczajna. Daucus carota L. (Jokopein)

Marchew zwyczajna. Daucus carota L. (Jokopein)

Marchew zwyczajna. Daucus carota L. (Jokopein)

Marchew zwyczajna. Daucus carota L. (Jokopein)

Marchew zwyczajna.Daucus carota L. (Jokopein)

Plant - Wild carrot - Daucus carota - Location: Katwijks, Netherlands (Marianne Cornelissen-Kuyt)

Wild Carrot (Josve05a)

Wild Carrot (Josve05a)

Wild Carrot.? (Josve05a)

Carotte sauvage (Lidine Mia)

closeup photo of Queen Anne's lace/wild carrot (Daucus carota). (Miscellaneous contributor)

Above view of a Queen Anne's lace flower in the pollinator garden outside the Regional Office in Hadley, MA. Credit: Samantha Derrick/USFWS (OceanAtoll)

Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota) an der Böschung der A6 in der Schwetzinger Hardt - an diesem Abschnitt bietet der Autobahnrand eine binnendünenartige Situation (AnRo0002)

I spotted a few plants growing along a fence while on a walk this evening. (Tyler ser Noche)

Carotte sauvage - Daucus carota - red central flower (Vatadoshu)

carottes sauvages dans une friche (Arn)

White flowers of wild carrot (Daucus carota) along the Stony Brook Trail and the Meadow-Pond Trail in the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, New Jersey (Famartin)

White flowers of wild carrot (Daucus carota) along the Stony Brook Trail and the Meadow-Pond Trail in the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, New Jersey (Famartin)

White flowers of wild carrot (Daucus carota) along the Watershed Trail and the Meadow-Pond Trail in the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, New Jersey (Famartin)


Identifier: americanaunivers03newy (find matches)
Title: The Americana; a universal reference library, comprising the arts and sciences, literature, history, biography, geography, commerce, etc., of the world
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors:
Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: New York : Scientific American Compiling Dept.
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ge, and withfeathered neck. It is seldom seen in flocks,and lives upon carrion, small mammals, eggs,and birds. In the southern United States thename is locally given to the black vulture(Catharista atrata), a bird closely related tothe turkej-buzzard (q.v.), but smaller, and re-sembling it in habits and public service as ascavenger. Its bluish and spotted eggs numberfrom one to three and are placed in a nest builtunder logs and bushes. Carrion-flowers, certain species of the genusStapclia (natural order Asclepiadacccc), socalled because of their putrid odor. In theUnited States the name is also given to theSniilax herbacca, a liliaceous plant. > Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton, Ameri-can patriot: b. Annapolis, Md., 20 Sept. 1737;d. Baltimore, 14 Nov. 1832. He attended sev-eral schools abroad; studied law in Paris andLondon, where he became a member of theInner Temple; returned to his native countryin 1764; was elected to the Continental Con-gress in 1775, and with the other member*
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WILD CARROT. CARROLL — CARROUSEL signed the Declaration of Independence, on 2August of the following year. To make cer-tain his identity, he added of Carrollton to hissignature, thus distinguishing himself fromanother by using the name of his family man-sion. After many more years of important pub-lic service to the State of Maryland and to thenew republic, in 1804 he withdrew to privatelife at Carrollton. which was his patrimonialestate, and where as his life advanced he be-came an object of universal veneration. Hesurvived by six years all the other signers ofthe Declaration. Carroll, Henry King, American clergy-man and editor: b. Dennisville, N. J., 15 Nov.1848. He was on the staff of * Hearth andHome (Methodist), and from 1876 to 1898was religious and political editor of the Inde-pendent. He has written The ReligiousForces of the United Slates ; and many re-views, reports, and miscellaneous papers. Hesupervised the compilation of religious statis-tics for the nth census, and in

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Queen Anne's Lace (Josve05a)

Queen Anne's Lace (Josve05a)

Queen Anne's Lace (Josve05a)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota), Heartwood Forest, Sandridge, Hertfordshire, 17 July 2016.

To see my collections, go <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/anemoneprojectors/collections/">here</a>.
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Wild carrot (Daucus carota), Heartwood Forest, Sandridge, Hertfordshire, 17 July 2016.

To see my collections, go <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/anemoneprojectors/collections/">here</a>.
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Wild Carrot (Daucus carota), Fairlands Valley Park Environment Lake, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, 14 August 2013.

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Multiple wild carrots with a smooth bokeh effect (Shadowmeldphoto)

Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Voucher 090428 01 at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. June 25, 2009


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Habit at HQ Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. November 04, 2014


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Habit at HQ Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. November 04, 2014


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Flowers at HQ Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. November 04, 2014


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Flowers at HQ Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. November 04, 2014


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Stems and leaves at HQ Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. November 04, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP now flowering at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP flowers at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP flowers at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP leaves at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP flowering habit at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP flowers at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP flowers at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP leaves at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP leaves at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Plant from HVC HNP flowers at Hawea Pl Olinda, Maui, Hawaii. June 10, 2014


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Root dug up at HQ Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. November 06, 2014


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Root dug up at HQ Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. November 06, 2014


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Distribution map of Daucus carota in Poland (in regions) (source: A. Zając & M. Zając (red.) Atlas rozmieszczenia roślin naczyniowych w Polsce.Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków, 2001 and https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Poland_location_map_white.svg). Natural occurence: dark green - common species (occuring at least in half of plots 10x10 km); green - not rare (present in >10 of plots 10x10 km); light green - rare species (10 or fewer number of plots 10x10 km; including historical); (Kenraiz)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Peen Daucus carota (Rudolphous)

Морковь дикая. (Velopilger)

Predstavnik flore Srbije. Biljke Nacionalnog parka Đerdap (Aporia.j)

Predstavnik flore Srbije, biljke Srbije (Aporia.j)

A survey and inspection of a farmer from the Papi district of the Namangan region of Uzbekistan. The farmer grows carrot seeds from various local varieties. Scientists determine the quality of seeds per touch. (Shuhrataxmedov)

Arch Rock Point at US101 in Oregon (Dirtsc)

Habitus

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Steinberg near Niederhollabrunn, district Korneuburg, Lower Austria - ca. 375 m a.s.l.

Habitat: fallow land
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Habitus

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Steinberg near Niederhollabrunn, district Korneuburg, Lower Austria - ca. 375 m a.s.l.

Habitat: fallow land
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Stem with leaf

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Steinberg near Niederhollabrunn, district Korneuburg, Lower Austria - ca. 375 m a.s.l.

Habitat: fallow land
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Stem with leaf

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Steinberg near Niederhollabrunn, district Korneuburg, Lower Austria - ca. 375 m a.s.l.

Habitat: fallow land
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Habitus

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Steinberg near Niederhollabrunn, district Korneuburg, Lower Austria - ca. 375 m a.s.l.

Habitat: fallow land
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Hispid stem

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Steinberg near Niederhollabrunn, district Korneuburg, Lower Austria - ca. 375 m a.s.l.

Habitat: fallow land
(Stefan.lefnaer)

The Royal Botanical Gardens is headquartered in Burlington and also include lands in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

We were able to spend the morning there, on our way back to Toronto Airport.
(Mindmatrix)

Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) at Çukurova Univ. Campus in Balcalı-Sarıçam, Adana - Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) at Çukurova Univ. Campus in Balcalı-Sarıçam, Adana - Turkey. (Zcebeci)

This is a photo of a natural site in Armenia identified by the ID (Valen1988)

This is a photo of a natural site in Armenia identified by the ID (Valen1988)

Seeds of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Flowers of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Seeds of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Flowers of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Flowers of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Flowers of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Flowers of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Flowers of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

Flower of Wild carrot (Daucus carota). Sarıçam - Adana, Turkey. (Zcebeci)

The distortion of the dry branches stands out in the foreground of the view. In the center, there is a newly grown-up daucus carota. In the background is the sea view blended with various tones. And all of them are intertwined. (Fatma İrem TINAZLI)

There is a newly grown-up daucus carota. (Fatma İrem TINAZLI)

Carrot (Rudolphous)

inside the umbel of the Daucus carota (Queen Anne's lace) top view of the umbel (RouDhi)

inside the umbel of the Daucus carota (Queen Anne's lace) top view of the umbel (RouDhi)

Fleurs de carotte sauvage dans un près (Romarin2021)

Noordwijk - Peen (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

Daucus carota subsp. carota (Apiaceae) - (flowering), Elst (Gld) - De Park, the Netherlands (BartBotje)

Daucus carota, Baseline Barrens, Washington County, Indiana, 7 Aug 2010. (Josve05a)

(Rangeley)

Daucus carota in Site Natura 2000 du Mont de Grange in commune of Châtel, Haute-Savoie, France (Tournasol7)

Daucus carota in Site Natura 2000 du Mont de Grange in commune of Châtel, Haute-Savoie, France (Tournasol7)

Daucus carota in Site Natura 2000 du Mont de Grange in commune of Châtel, Haute-Savoie, France (Tournasol7)

Liköransatz: Unreife Samen der Wiesen-Bärenklau und Blätter der wilden Möhre in 80prozentigem Korn (Le Bernemi)

Daucus carota L., 1753 | Carotte sauvage | plante entière en fleur| friche, Rosny-sous-Bois, France (AudreyMuratet)

Daucus carota L., 1753 | Carotte sauvage | fruits pas mûrs | Île-de-France, France (AudreyMuratet)

Mass occurrence of Daucus carota on abandoned pastures on Miedwie Lake, NW Poland (Kenraiz)

Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. (Ryan Hodnett)

Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. (Ryan Hodnett)

Fleurs de Daucus carota (Carotte sauvage) et d'Achillea millefolium poussant l'une à côté de l'autre. (LeafyHistory)

Original-Bildtitel des Fotografen: „Dolde mit Käfer“.
Die Pflanze ist eine Wilde Möhre (Daucus carota), zu erkennen an der schwärzlichen „Mohrenblüte“ im Zentrum des Blütenstands.
Die Käfer wurden als ein Gemeiner Bienenkäfer (Mitte) und ein Bockkäfer (links), vermutlich Strangalia attenuata, bestimmt, siehe WP:Redaktion Biologie.
Dort wurde der Fundort mit „Epirus/Nordwestgriechenland“ angegeben.
(File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske))

carotte sauvage (Daucus), Étretat, France 2019-6 (Shi Annan)

Fructification rouge d'une d'une Angélique des prés.

(Daniel VILLAFRUELA)

Fructification d'une Angélique des prés.

(Daniel VILLAFRUELA)

Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowering habit at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Flowers at Kula, Maui, Hawaii. April 28, 2009


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Habit at Native Nursery Kula, Maui, Hawaii. May 19, 2009


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Leaves at Native Nursery Kula, Maui, Hawaii. May 19, 2009


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Leaves at Native Nursery Kula, Maui, Hawaii. May 19, 2009


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Carotte sauvage (Daucus carota) à Plougonvelin (Finistère, France). (Gzen92)

Closeup photo of a wild carrot flower (Daucus carota), also known as Queen Anne's Lace. (Miscellaneous contributor)

Fiore di Daucus carota (Eutampieri)

Wild carrot in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (Rhododendrites)

wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

Wilde peen / Möhre / Wild carrot or Bishop's lace / Carotte (1Veertje)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

Wild carrot. For more information on identification and control, visit <a href="http://turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148" rel="nofollow">turfweeds.cals.cornell.edu/plant/identify/148</a>. (Vis M)

"Ombrelle", "Carotte sauvage", "Queen Anne's lace", "Daucus Carota" ... (JrandWP)

wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Rudolphous)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Marchew zwyczajna (Mijam23)

Wild carrot, Compton Down, Isle of Wight, England (ITookSomePhotos)

Queen Anne's lace - Arlington, Massachusetts, USA. (Daderot)

Carrot (Togopic)

flower of wild carrot (Suhayl091)

Figure from Морковь article of Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 1st edition (Wlbw68)

Figure from Морковь article of Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 1st edition (Wlbw68)

Autor fotografie Jiří Zelenka. Mrkvancový koláč (kynutý). Postup je podobný jako technologie na mrkvancové buchty. Kraj Vysočina. Czech Republic. (Pohled 111)

Ebrechtella tricuspidata sitting on Daucus carota from southern Germany (W.alter)

The Oranges (2015) (Susana pedrosa)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota) at Spohr Gardens, Falmouth, Massachusetts, US (PPL1-Corrected) (Julesvernex2)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota) with the Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory in the background, Maine, US (PPL1-Corrected) (Julesvernex2)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Portion de feuille à base engainante de carotte sauvage, vue de dessous. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Feuille de carotte sauvage, vue de dessous. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Feuille de carotte sauvage, vue de dessus. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Feuille de carotte sauvage, vue de dessus. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Involucre (bractées involucrales) de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Feuilles basilaires, tige et inflorescence de carotte sauvage, en milieu naturel. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Plants en fleur (inflorescence) de carotte sauvage, en milieu naturel. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Plant végétatif (rosette de feuilles) de carotte sauvage, en milieu naturel. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Plants en fleur (inflorescence) de carotte sauvage, en milieu naturel. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Plants en fleur (inflorescence) de carotte sauvage, en milieu naturel. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Plants en fleur (inflorescence) de carotte sauvage, en milieu naturel. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Plant végétatif (rosette de feuilles) de carotte sauvage, en milieu naturel. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Tige, feuilles, involucre (bractées involucrales) et inflorescence (ombelle composée, ombellules, fleurs) de carotte sauvage (spécimen séché). (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Involucre (bractées involucrales) et inflorescence (ombelle composée, ombellules, fleurs) de carotte sauvage (spécimen séché). (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine et base de la tige de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine et base de la tige de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Tige de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Tige et base d'une feuille (gaine) de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Tige de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Tige de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Tige de carotte sauvage. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine de carotte cultivée, en coupe transversale. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine de carotte cultivée, en coupe transversale. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine de carotte cultivée, en coupe transversale. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine de carotte cultivée, en coupe transversale. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine de carotte cultivée. (Cephas)

Nom français : carotte sauvage. Nom anglais : wild carrot. Racine, tige, feuilles et inflorescence (ombelles composées, ombellules, fleurs) de carotte sauvage (spécimen séché). (Cephas)

Une lepture quadrifasciée. (Iifar)

Habitus

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Sinawastingasse, Vienna-Floridsdorf - ca. 160 m a.s.l.

Habitat: roadside
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Habitus

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Sinawastingasse, Vienna-Floridsdorf - ca. 160 m a.s.l.

Habitat: roadside
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Habitus

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Sinawastingasse, Vienna-Floridsdorf - ca. 160 m a.s.l.

Habitat: roadside
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Habitus

Taxonym: Daucus carota subsp. carota ss Fischer et al. EfÖLS 2008 ISBN 978-3-85474-187-9
Location: Sinawastingasse, Vienna-Floridsdorf - ca. 160 m a.s.l.

Habitat: roadside
(Stefan.lefnaer)

Bei der Wilden Möhre handelt es sich um eine zweijährige krautige Pflanze, die Wuchshöhen von 20 bis 120 cm erreicht. (Jürgen Hamann)

Bei der Wilden Möhre handelt es sich um eine zweijährige krautige Pflanze, die Wuchshöhen von 20 bis 120 cm erreicht. (Jürgen Hamann)

Bei der Wilden Möhre handelt es sich um eine zweijährige krautige Pflanze, die Wuchshöhen von 20 bis 120 cm erreicht. (Jürgen Hamann)

Raupenfliege Gymnosoma rotundatum auf Blütendolde der Wilden Möhre (VSchagow)

Raupenfliege Gymnosoma rotundatum auf Blütendolde der Wilden Möhre, Rückansicht mit Zeichnung auf dem Hinterleib (VSchagow)

A chalcid wasp, Systasis sp. on a wild carrot flower. Cedara Research Farm, Hilton, South Africa. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29313948 (Alandmanson)

A chalcid wasp, Systasis sp. on a wild carrot flower. Cedara Research Farm, Hilton, South Africa. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29313948 (Alandmanson)

A chalcid wasp, Systasis sp. on a wild carrot flower. Cedara Research Farm, Hilton, South Africa. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29313948 (Alandmanson)

A chalcid wasp, Systasis sp. on a wild carrot flower. Cedara Research Farm, Hilton, South Africa. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29313948 (Alandmanson)

A chalcid wasp, Systasis sp. on a wild carrot flower. Cedara Research Farm, Hilton, South Africa. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/29313948 (Alandmanson)

Wildflowers along lower Four Mile Run near the U.S. 1 bridge in July 2020 (Antony-22)

Wildflowers along lower Four Mile Run near the U.S. 1 bridge in July 2020 (Antony-22)

Daucus carota, whose common names include wild carrot, European wild carrot, bird's nest, bishop's lace, and Queen Anne's lace (in maltese - Zunnarija salvaġġa, Karrotti salvaġġ), very variable species present in different forms depending the habitat and environmental conditions.Popular in Malta (Renata Apan)

Wild carrot (Wolverine XI)

Wild carrot (Wolverine XI)

Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) in Parc Natural de s'Albufera, Spain. (Ryan Hodnett)

Illustrations de différentes variétés de carottes rouges dans le catalogue de graines Vilmorin-Andrieux de printemps 1900 (Arn)

Finished Daucus carota.. Focus stack of 90 photos. (Agnes Monkelbaan)

Finished Daucus carota.. Focus stack of 79 photos. (Agnes Monkelbaan)

Finished Daucus carota.. Focus stack of 76 photos. (Agnes Monkelbaan)

Yellow and white flowers along a river bank

Boston Area

  • Keywords: Cuyahoga Valley National Park; Cuyahoga Valley; CUVA; Ohio; flowers
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Wild carrot by Lakhish River, near Ashdod, April 2021 (מקף־עברי)

Wild carrot (Daucus carota) (Red panda bot)

Lost lunch, perhaps? (Ser Amantio di Nicolao)

Queen Anne's lace umbel with a red floret in the center. Russell R. Kirt Prairie, Illinois. (Peterwchen)

The carrot leaf has curled due to the Carrot psyllid (Trioza apicalis) infestation. (Schlaghecken Josef)

Gray mold has colonized the top of the carrot and destroyed the carrot tissue. (Schlaghecken Josef)

The aphid infestation has led to severe curling of the carrot leaf. (Schlaghecken Josef)

The nematode infestation has led to head rot. (Schlaghecken Josef)

The nematode infestation has led to head rot. (Schlaghecken Josef)

The larvae of the carrot leaf miner (Napomyza carotae) mine in the leaf interior of carrot leaves (Daucus carota) and also in the carrot body. (Schlaghecken Josef)


Title: 1901 Johnson & Stokes garden and farm manual
Identifier: CAT31294891 (find matches)
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Johnson & Stokes; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture), Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catalogs; Nursery stock, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catalogs; Vegetables, Seeds, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catalogs; Flowers, Seeds, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catalogs; Fruit, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catalogs; Nuts, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catalogs; Gardening, Equipment and supplies, Catalogs; Seed industry and trade, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catalogs
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Johnson & Stokes : Press of Edward Stern & Co. , Inc.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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26 JOHNSON & STOKIiS, PHILADELPHIA
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RUBICON HALF-LONG ORANGE OARROT. RUBICON HALF-LONG ORANGE The Best Half-Long and Most Thoroughbred of All Since our introduction of this valuable and distinct American carrot a few years ago, it has rapidly grown in popularity, until now it is more largely grown than all other varieties of carrot combined. It is the best in shape, and its deep red orange-colored flesh is the finest in quality. The strain was selected and perfected by a well-known market gardener of Connecticut, under whose care the carrots attained such uniform shape that they are almost exact duplicates of each other. It is earlier than Danvers, about the same length, but heavier and thicker at the shoulders, making it more productive; the leaves are also shorter, fewer and finer. It is a wonderfully heavy cropper, produc- ing thirty to forty tons to the acre under good field culture. It grows without neck, the crown is hollow, and it grows well under the ground, which prevents it from becoming sunburnt. Pkt,, 5c; oz., 10c.; 34 lb.,40c.; lb., SI.25, postpaid. By express or freight, lb., $1.15; 5 lbs. and over, 81.00 per lb. What a prominent New York market gardener says of the Rubicon Half = Long : S. M. Powell, Manhasset, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1900, writes : "I sowed one pound of your Rubicon Carrot, and the yield was way beyond my expectation ; they were the earliest and finest I have ever seen. I began carrying them to the New York market early in July, and received S'2.00 to $2 50 per barrel for them. From the Rubicon I had the first barrel of carrots in New York market." IMPROVED DANVERS HALF-LONG CARROT Our Improved American stock of this valuable variety is preferred by many gardeners to any other sort. The top- is small; color, a rich shade of orange ; shape, handsome ana smooth; quality, the very best. One highly valuable feature of our strain is that it has its full color when quite young, which enables it to be pulled sooner. It is equally valu- able to grow for feeding stock, being well adapted to all soils. Under good cultivation we have known it to produce thirty tons to the acre. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 25c.; lb., 75c, postpaid; if by express or freight, lb., 65c; 2 lbs., $1 20; 5 lbs. and over, 55c per lb. NICHOLS' LONG ORANGE CARROT We procured this stock some years since from Mr. Robert Nichols, one of the most successful market gardeners of this city. The strain is much earlier than the Long Orange as usually sold. The color is of a deep golden orange when young, shading to a deep orange red when fully grown. The root is perfectly smooth, grows without any neck; the top is short, and this, together with its extreme earli- ness, admirably fits it for early use. It is also one of the best varieties for growing outside, on account of its great pro- ductiveness and adaptability to all kinds of soil. We are headquarters for seed of this popular carrot. Pkt., 5c; oz.r 10c; 34 lb-. 30c; lb., $1.00, postpaid; by express or freight, lb., 90c; 5 lbs. and over, 85c. per lb. BED PARISIAN FORCING. A distinct new variety; earliest of all; as round as a turnip; has a line neck; leave* short and erect. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 lb., 30c; lb., $1.00. EARLY SCARLET HORN. Favorite summer variety; orange color. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 lD-» 25c; lb., 70c. OX-HEART, or HALF-LONG 6UERANDE. (Stump-Rooted.) An intermediate between the Half-Long and Horn varieties, attaining a diameter of four inches at the,neck; of beautiful shape, rich orange color, extra fine quality, productive. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 lb., 25c.; lb., 7cc CHANTENAY. An improvement on the old Nantes : has larger shoulders. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c ; 34 H>., 25e.; lb., 80c. Early Half-Long Scarlet. Rich color, very fine for table use or forcing. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 25c-; it)., 75c. SAINT VALLERY, or NEW INTERMEDIATE. Grows to uniform large size, intermediate in shape between the Half-long and Long Orange. Roots are straight, smooth. Rich orange red. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 lb., 25c; lb., 75c. CARROTS FOR STOCK FEEDING IMPROVED LONG ORANGE. The well-known and popular old stand-by for late summer and winter use; grown extensively for feeding stock. Pkt.,5c; oz., 10c; 34 lb., 20c; lb., 65c, postpaid; by express or freight, lb., 55a; 2> lbs., SI.00; 5 lbs. and over, 45c per lb. Large White Belgian. Grows one-third above ground; large white root, with green top; grown exclu- sively for feeding stock. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 lb., 20c; lb., 50c, postpaid ; 5 lbs. and over, 35c. per lb., by express. Large Yellow Relgian. A good stock-feeding variety, differing from the above onlv in color. Pkt., 5c; oz., 10c; 34 lb, 20c; lb., 60c, postpaid; 5 lbs., $2.25, by express. Celery One ounce will produce about twent y five hundred plants and sow about two hundred feet of row. GIANT PASCAL CELERY This variety is a sport from our Golden Self-Blanch- ing, thoroughly established by careful selection. It partakes of the best qualities of that variety, but is somewhat larger and taller. It is of a fine nutty flavor, being entirely free from any bitter taste. It grows about two feet high; the stalks are very broad, thick, crisp and very brittle; the width and thickness of these are distinctive features of this, variety. It bleaches with but slight "earthing up," and very quickly, usually in live or six days. A splendid keeper for winter use. Pkt., f c; oz., 20c; 34"lb., 50c; lb., $1.75. New Rose=Ribbed Self-Blanching, or Golden Rose Celery A sport from our Golden Self Blanching, possessing its self-blanching and all other good qualities. The ribs, how- ever, assume a warm, rosy hue, which deepens as the season advances. We can recommend this charming new variety very highly. Pkt,, 10c; oz., 35c; 341b., $1.00; lb., $3.50.

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EVERYTHING FOIR THE GARDEM ~ V©s.©tI^Ibl@ Seeds
Oxheart or Guerande Carrot
An excellent sort for the private garden, being especially valuable for spring
and early summer crop. Its short, stocky character gives it great value on
shallow soils, where the larger varieties will not succeed and the compact growing
leaves allow close planting. The quality is excellent; it remains tender long
after maturity, and may be used while very smaU for soups, etc.
It is excellent for growing in frames. (See cut.) Price, 10c. pkt., 20c oz.,
60c. H lb., $2.00 lb.
Henderson's
Danvers Carrot
Our leaflet " GARDEN CULTURE OF
FkOOT CROPS" tells how to grow Car-
rots, sent free on application
Selected
Half' long
A handsome half-long, cylindrical, stump-rooted Carrot of good size
and of a rich, dark orange color; it grows to a large size; is smooth, and the
flesh very close in texture with very little core. It is a first-class Carrot for
all soils and has yielded 25 to 30 tons per acre, with the smallest length of
root of any now grown. It is more easily harvested than the longer types
and is excellent to store for winter, for stock or table use. (See cut.) Price, 10c.
pkt., 20c. oz., 60c. H lb., $2.00 lb.
Henderson s Coreless Carrot
This Carrot has proven one of the most universally popular varieties ever
sent out. People who never liked Carrots before are delighted with the melt-
ing tenderness and sweet, mild flavor of Henderson's Coreless.
It is a half-long cylindrical Carrot, blunt-pointed, with a small tap-root
and small top. They run very uniform in shape and size, 6 to 7 inches
long, by lj'o inches through; clean skinned, smooth, easily pulled
and keep well. The flesh is of fine texture, entirely devoid of string-
iness, or core. The color of the flesh is the rich red-orange so
attractive when served. Henderson's Coreless excels all other
half-long Carrots in earliness without being inferior to them in
productiveness. Price, 10c. pkt., 30c. oz., 85c. J4 lb., $3.00 lb.
Henderson's Intermediate Carrot
- A large, handsome, main crop variety, between half-long and long,
with an enormous yielding capacity in deep soils. The root, 10
or 12 inches in length, is very broad at the neck, 2 to 3 inches
through, and tapers evenly to the small tap-root. It grow r s
smoothly and - uniformly and has rich reddish-orange flesh, tender,
sweet and entirely free from woody coarseness even at maturity.
As a table Carrot it is unsurpassed ; for truckers its fine color and
appearance render it salable, while as a field Carrot its great yield
makes it valuable. Price, 10c. pkt., 20c. oz., 60c. 14 lb., $2.00 lb.
— Chantenay Carrot .
This splendid Carrot belongs to the half -long "stump" or blunt-
rooted type, but differs from all others of this class by its greater
girth, bulk and consequent yield. It averages 6 to 7 inches in
length, is broad at the neck, narrowing gradually to the round,
blunt base, therefore is easily harvested. The flesh, almost free
from core, is of rich orange-red and of the finest table quality;
fine-grained, tender, juicy and delicately flavored. Price, 10c. pkt.,
20c. oz., 60c. . 4 lb., $2.00 lb.
Improved Long Orange Carrot
An improved strain of this popular variety for either garden or
field culture, roots averaging 12 inches in length and 3 inches in
diameter at the top; an enormous yielder and a good keeper. Price,
5c. pkt., 15c. oz., 50c. % lb., $1.75* lb.
WE ALSO OFFER THE FOLLOWING VARIETIES
(1 oz. for about 125 feet of drill.)
EARLY FRENCH FORCING. The earliest, and largely grown for forcing. Small, almost
globular roots orange-red in color. Price, 10c. pkt., 20c. oz., 70c. ..i lb., $2.50 lb.
EARLY SCARLET HORN. A popular early variety, 3 to 4 inches long and blunt-rooted; it is
a favorite for bunching for market. A fine table Carrot and when pulled young is excellent for
soups. Price, 5c. pkt., 20c. oz., 60c. M lb., $2.00 lb.
HALF-LONG RED, STUMP-ROOTED. A shapely stump-rooted variety, of medium size and one
of the best for private gardens, for summer use; medium early. Price, 5c. pkt., 20c. oz., 60c. M lb.,
$2.00 lb.
NEW YORK MARKET, HENDERSON'S. Handsome and symmetrical; of bright orange color; flesh
crisp, tender and sweet, almost coreless, unexcelled for private use and fine for winter. Price, 10c. pkt.,
15c. oz., 50c, H lb., $1.75 lb.
WHITE AND YELLOW BELGIAN. (.See Field Carrots, paee 73.) Price, 5c. pkt., 15c. oz., 50c. H lb.,
$1.50 lb.
We deliver Free in U. S. I*!""' Post - Express !- Vegetable and Flower Seeds . by j hepkt -".Abo Lawn Grass Seeds

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Identifier: lillyscompletean1915chas (find matches)
Title: Lilly's complete annual : bee supplies spray materiels poultry supplies fertilizers seeds
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Chas. H. Lilly Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Commercial catalogs Seeds Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Flowers Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs Agricultural implements Catalogs Poultry Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : Chas. H. Lilly Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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JiSS LARLY FORCING CARROT Best for Extra Early Forcing THE EARLIEST of all carrots, and the best forforcing in hot-beds, cold-frames, or for veryearly out of doors. The roots are small, globu-lar and smooth, with small tap-root. The color isorange-red; flavor excellent, and very tender. They are recommended only for early forcing, asSold only in Sealed packages. Pkt., 10c;
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The Crop Book has become sopopular that we are compelled todiscontinue giving it free to all whoask for it, but it will be given T»Uhany order if asked for. the larger varieties are bet-ter for main crop. One ortwo light top-dressings ofnitrate of soca will do wonders in producing a quick, early crop. Thtquicker they can be grown, the better the quality. oz., 15c; yA lb., 50c; 1 lb., $1.50; postpaid. Use LILLYS COMPLETE FERTILIZERS and you will have a garden to be proud ot. THE CHAS. H. LILLY CO. SEATTLE - - PORTLAND 15 iifi£ Early Alba Cauliflowlr EARLIESTSOLIDESTWHITEST BEST EARLYALWAYSGOOD

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Identifier: lillyscompletean1916chas (find matches)
Title: Lilly's complete annual : seeds fertilizers spray materiels poultry supplies stock foods bee supplies
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Chas. H. Lilly Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Commercial catalogs Seeds Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Flowers Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs Agricultural implements Catalogs Poultry Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : Chas. H. Lilly Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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elicious, Sweet, Crisp, and Tender GOLDEN HALF-LONG is by farthe best carrot for home use andfor market, and by many is pre-ferred for stock feeding, for, although itis not so large as some of the stock car-rots, it equals them in yield; often twenty-five to thirty tons per acre. It is of large size; cylindrical andsmooth; the roots taper to a blunt pointwith very small tap-root; the color isa rich orange, and the flesh is sweet, .crisp and tender. J Carrots should be more generallygrown. They are a delicious vege-table, in perfect condition for eat-ing at any time during their growthfrom the time they are the size of . .«3H;a lead-pencil until long afterthey are matured, and on thePacific Coast they may be leftin the ground all winter, andpulled as wanted. They areeasy to grow, and our soil andclimate is especially adapted tothem. They are also one of thmost valuable root crops forstock feeding. Sold only in sealed pack-ages. Pkt., 10c; oz., 15c;•4 lb., 50c; lb., $1.60, post-paid.
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The Crop Book has become sopopular that we are compelled todiscontinue giving it free to all who>k for it, but it will be given withany order if asked for. !S2$ LARLY FORCING CARROT Best for Extra Early Forcing THE EARLIEST of all carrots, and the best forforcing in hot-beds, cold-frames, or for veryearly out of doors. The roots are small, globu-lar and smooth, with small tap-root. The color isorange-red; flavor excellent, and very tender. They are recommended only for early forcing, asSold only In Sealed packages. Pkt.. 10c; the larger varieties are bet-ter for main crop. One ortwo light top-dressings ofnitrate of so< a will do wonders in producing a quick, early crop. Thtquicker they can be grown, the better the quality. oz., 15c: VA lb., 50c; 1 lb., $1.50; postpaid.

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Identifier: wholesalecatalog19pete_3 (find matches)
Title: Wholesale catalogue of seeds, implements, fertilizers, insecticides for market gardeners and truckers : spring 1905 edition
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Peter Henderson & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seed industry and trade Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Garden tools Catalogs Insecticides Catalogs
Publisher: New York : Peter Henderson & Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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!>iT JUST AS IT RUNS-RIGHT FROM THE FIELD* RFWARF 0F IM;TflTI0NS- We have always controlled Hendersons Snowball Cauliflower, any statement to the contrary notwithstanding, and unless the seed is boughtLLtini.L directly from us you do not get the genuine, as we do not supply it to dealers. HENDERSONS SUPERIOR SEEDS FOR MARKET GARDENERS. 11
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Hendersons NEW YORK MARKET CARROT. This Carrot, introduced by us, has become a standard variety. Its quickgrowth makes it valuable for early bunching. It is handsome and symmetrical,of bright orange color; flesh crisp, tender and sweet, almost coreless, unexcelledfor bunching, and as a basket sort it commands top prices, its attractive colorand fine shape always giving it prominence. (See cut.) Price, 10c. oz., 30c.i lb., 80c. lb. Hendersons INTERMEDIATE CARROT. The best main crop and late Carrot. It is most uniform in shape, long-tapering, heavy shouldered, and where the soil is favorable it will always growclean and free from side roots. The core is small and very tender, and thereis no woody character at any stage of its growth. It is also entirely free fromany coarse, rank flavor, and its yielding capacity is enormous, which, with itshandsome color and fine appearance, makes it invaluable to truckers. Thecolor is maintained right along throughout the winter and they come out of th

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Identifier: lillysseeds1912chas (find matches)
Title: Lilly's seeds
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Chas. H. Lilly Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Commercial catalogs Seeds Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Flowers Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs Agricultural implements Catalogs
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : Chas. H. Lilly Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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ding. ■ By mail postpaidOz. 10c. i4U). 40c, lb.SI.60 iSm I will mail you today underseperate cover a photo for yourcatalogue. This place hasgrown your seeds for the pastfive years and, in fact, I haveearned the home from the useof same. The name of theplace is Highland MarketGarden. I cheerfully recom-mend the Golden Half LongCarrot; It is the best sellerand producer. J. E. FIELDER, Anacortes, Wash. / The Chas. H. Lilly Co. My order this year is much smaller than last year because I hadsome seeds left over and have tested them and found them all right. I was wellpleased with the seeds that you sent me last year. Jones Stringless Wax Beanscould not be beat; Mt Rainier Peas were the best I ever had; Jack Frcst Cornwas lovely; English Forcing Lettuce was splendid; Golden Half Long Carrot veryprolific and good table carrot; Crimson Giant Radish very good; Puget SouudSpecial Tomatoes were good crop for this climate; and the rest equally as good. Yours truly, ALFRED COLES Arlington, Wash,
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The Crop BookContains eighty-eightpages of useful infor-mation. Furnished freewith orders if requested OUR CROP BOOK CONTAINS CULTURE DIRECTIONS AND WHAT FERTILIZER TO APPLY 12 <Ih* CHAS. H. LILLY CO. IlWfS SEATTLE and PORTLAND

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Malachius coccineus
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Wild carrot (Daucus carota) can be found flowering in abundance on roadside verges. One of the many vernacular names for this species is Queen Anne's Lace. The plant is attractive to a large number of insect species. (GeographBot)

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