marshallsmyth said:Yep, I see a wild blackberry in there. Lower left corner, heading toward the right a little bit.
I said brambleberry because when ya just see them like this, blackberries, dewberries, raspberries, loganberries, and a lot of them look so similar.
I'm not sure about the uses of queen annes lace. wikipedia it. I can think of one use. Beautiful groundcover. Ya know, if this is where ya had carrots last year, these could be carrots, or even carrot/queen annes lace cross. I've been curious about what a person would get if the cross was backcrossed to carrot for a few generations...It actually could potentially be a pretty good thing, some kind of extremely vigorous edible carrot if done right...
Carrot X Queen Annes Lace
F1 X Carrot...select for vigor and some kind of fat root
X Carrot...select for vigor and decent root
X Carrot...select for vigor and better root
X Carrot...select for vigor and good root
hmmm...and from these, a whole new set of varieties by crossing with different carrots and stabilizing new varieties...
Wow, this PROBABLY will be done. I would not doubt if someone is doing this already!