Speaking of which, did you know that you can buy Queen Anne's Lace?! I love this... plant? flower? weed? But only because of sentimental reasons.
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After a quick informational search on the plant, I learned that it falls into a category of "beneficial weeds". It's apparently super beneficial to tomato plants by boosting their production and it's great for lettuce by creating a microclimate of cooler, moister air. So next time you see some Queen Anne's Lace pop up in your vegetable garden, consider leaving it! Just one less weed that needs to be pulled!
How's your vegetable garden coming along?