Wind in the weeds

Queen Anne's lace is buffeted wildly by the wind. The flower is ubiquitous throughout North America, but it is not native to the area. Although it is considered invasive in some prairies, such as those with gravel or sandy soils, it is not considered invasive on the Fermilab grounds. Photo: Elliott McCrory, AD

Queen Anne’s lace is buffeted wildly by the wind. The flower is ubiquitous throughout North America, but it is not native to the area. Although it is considered invasive in some prairies, such as those with gravel or sandy soils, it is not considered invasive on the Fermilab grounds. Photo: Elliott McCrory, AD