I love wild flowers. One of my favorite's are Queen Anne's lace. Daucus Carota, commonly called Wild Carrot, Bird's Nest, Bishop's Lace and Queen Anne's lace. This is the scene in a pasture down the road from our house.
An entire field of Queen Anne's lace.Legend tells us that the tiny darker flower in the center represents a blood droplet where Queen Anne pricked herself with her needle whilemaking the lace. The function of the tiny darker flower in the center is to attract insects.
Given the choice, I love to let plants grow and see what comes up.