Or you may know it as Queen Anne's lace.
According to one website it's also known as wild carrot and the carrots we eat today were once cultivated from this plant.
Another website claims:
Queen Anne’s Lace:
This delicate flower got its name from Queen Anne, the wife of King
James I. Her friends challenged her to create lace as beautiful as the
flower, which she did. Queen Anne’s Lace represents sanctuary. Decorate
with bouquets of Queen Anne’s Lace to make a house to generate memorable
feeling of being like a home.
I just like the way they look and I like their name