What Is a Dandelions Structure?

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A Dandelion has thick tap roots and long jagged leaves that radiate from the plant to form a rosette that lies close to the ground. Dandelions have composite flowers, where multiple little flowers growing out of the same head. These flowers are usually bright yellow in colour.
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