Queen Anne’s lace at Whole Foods

I have been more than impressed with Whole Foods Floral department lately. All of their floral bouquets are incredibly fresh, bounteous and affordable.

I am always excited to see the latest seasonal flowers and this week was happy to find one of my all time faves: Queen Anne’s lace.

At $4 a bunch and a week of fresh blooms on our table, I am a fan! Do you have a favorite place to pick up flowers?

3 Responses to “Queen Anne’s lace at Whole Foods”

  1. Terri Says:

    Costco~because if your blooms fail to please, thae have a ‘no questions asked’ return policy, I haven’t had to use that often but on two occasions I have , and there wasn’t the slightest problem!
    Queen Anne’s Lace is one of my all time favorites too, which by the way I have never seen at Costco…………

    Queen Anne’s Lace, also called “Wild Carrot,” is a common plant in dry fields, ditches, and open areas. It was introduced from Europe, and the carrots that we eat today were once cultivated from this plant.

    Just a little word of warning though, the leaves of the plant, are toxic, and may irritate the skin ~ be careful if you have small children around, and remember to place your display where they cannot reach.

    It looks lovely though and lasts well.

  2. Andrea Says:

    I get my flowers at Trader Joe’s, always affordable and often a great selection.

  3. sarah@boxwood Says:

    Andrea, I’ve noticed the prices and quality of flowers at Trader Joe’s are both amazing. There’s been so many times I’ve wanted to bring them back to Utah with me, but was worried they wouldn’t survive the drive. Last time I was in cali, I couldn’t resist a 8 headed hydrangea for only $8.99! It survived the trip just fine :)