Have you ever looked closely at Queen Anne's Lace? I walk where it grows and took these pics today. There are dozens of tiny blossoms in each bloom that make up the familiar large umbrella-shaped flower, and each of these blooms has it's own stem (first photo). The name comes from a story about Queen Anne who pricked her finger while making lace, and a drop of blood fell to the middle of her work. Look closely at the center of each full flower for a single tiny crimson-colored blossom.