1. Queen of the Meadow
Queen of the Meadow forms clusters of sweetly-fragrant, creamy-white flowers that various insects love. It has several names including Meadowsweet, Mead wort, Pride of the Meadow, Bridewort.
2. Queen’s Cup
Queen’s Cup bears small six-petal white blossoms singly and large blade-shaped leaves. It goes by several names such as Clintonia uniflora, Bride’s Bonnet, and Bead Lily.
3. Queen Anne’s Lace
The Queen Anne’s Lace flower, also known as Wild Carrot, Bird’s Nest, and Daucus carota, has flat-topped clusters made up of tiny white flowers resembling lace. And its root smells like carrots.
Endemic to Eastern Brazil, the Quesnelia genus encompasses 22 flowering plants whose cone-shaped blossoms are very striking and prolifically growing in the landscape.
5. Quaker Ladies
Also known as Azure Bluet and Houstonia caerulea, Quaker Ladies is considered the most aesthetically dainty of the small wildflowers in its Houstonia genus.
Being easy to grow, hardy, drought-resistant, and beautiful with sunset-colored flowers, the flowering Quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) is usually grown as a barrier or border plant.