The carrot family is formed of several similar species where clusters of small flowers make a compound head, often with a fat top, that resembles an umbrella and that is, of course, where the alternative name of umbells comes from. In some species, rather than a flat top the flower head is collection of separate balls of white flowers. Often, but not always, these flowers are white.
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