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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taraxacum

Taraxacum is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae which consists of ... 1 Description. 1.1 Seed dispersal; 1.2 False ... After flowering is finished, the dandelion flower head dries out for a day or two. The dried petals and ...

www.bio.brandeis.edu/fieldbio/Survival/Pages/dandelion.html

Common Dandelion. Taraxacum ... Characteristics: 5-45 cm or 2-18 ... Common Dandelion flower. Flower: March-September; Composite flower; Bright golden ...

www.encyclopedia.com/plants-and-animals/plants/plants/dandelion

Get information, facts, and pictures about dandelion at Encyclopedia.com. ... leafless flower stems that contain a bitter milky-white liquid also found in the root  ...

www.ediblewildfood.com/dandelion.aspx

Dandelion (Taraxacum) is wild, edible and nutritious food. Identify dandelion via its pictures, habitat, height, flowers and leaves.

mydandelionisaflower.org/did-you-know

Here are some interesting facts about the dandelion flower: The dandelion is the only flower that represents the 3 celestial bodies of the sun, moon and stars.

www.naturenorth.com/summer/dandelion/Dandelion2.html

OK, let's get one of the most pressing aspects of Dandelion biology out of the way ... The bright yellow flowers (do you really need a description?) grow on hollow ...

webpage.pace.edu/naturespace/Common%20Dandelion.htm

http://plants.usda.gov/maps/large/TA/. Family: Asteraceae. Physical Characteristics: The dandelion. is a low-growing perennial plant. Leaves: The leaves grow in ...

www.softschools.com/facts/plants/dandelion_facts/597

Dandelion is a flowering plant that belongs to the family Asteraceae. There are around 30 species of dandelion that can be found all over the world. Dandelion ...

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The stems can be tinted purplish, they are upright or lax, and produce flower heads that are held as tall or taller than the foliage.

www.arkive.org/common-dandelion/taraxacum-officinale-agg

Description. Dandelions are well-known, robust weeds; the common name derives from the French 'dent de lion', meaning 'lion's tooth', which refers to the ...