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The white and yellow flowers of the common dandelion, of the family Asteraceae, are often considered bothersome weeds to gardeners, but are popular among children for the puffy white parachute head that develops when mature. Questions in this category are about the propagation, control and removal of Taraxacum officinate, and include some of its beneficial uses that include culinary and medicinal.
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Applying corn gluten or vinegar as home-made remedies, removing the yellow flowered heads to prevent germination, treating with broadleaf weed killers, and uprooting by hand or by trowel are ways to get rid of dandelions.
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The dandelion produces seeds mainly in spring but continues through summer and autumn. The bitter leaves mean that not many animals eat it, so one flower can survive for many years. Dandelions are also adapted to being disturbed, so being moved doesn't limit their ability to grow. The deep, twisted,…
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Answer type in what adaptationslike the type of plants there
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Seeds from another Dandelion plant pollinate the plant by airThe plant itself grows because of adequate Sun, Water, Heat and nutrients in the soil.
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A type of weed. A dandelion is a pernicious weed which needs to be dug out or the flowers removed before it seeds, otherwise you will be inundated by them. lol...Is is the yellow flower, or the long weed thing you blow on to make a wish? :D
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The word dandelion was derived from Old French dentdelion, literally translated, "tooth of the lion," referring to the sharply indented leaves of the plant.
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Dandelions live in any places around the world but it has started to become invasive which means it grows only in one spot now which is... UP YOUR A** AND AROUND THE CORNER, DUMB-A**
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Countless. The dandelion flower is of the capitulum (daisy) type. This means that instead of one big flower it is a like a bunch of tiny flowers all crammed onto one head. The 'petals' on a dandelion are the outer rows of specialised flowers (florets) and the disk in the center (if present) is c…
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Dandelion leaves are great in salads. The petals themselves can also be put in salads or sprinkled over rice. The white stuff from inside the stem can be used as glue. P.S. I have not tried any of these things. I have only heard about them. As soon as dandelions come up in my area (in about a month…
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Yes, the whole plant is edible.
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Mow your lawn then buy weed killer and spread it all around the yard
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they live in a habitatthey live in sunny places in the grass
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They are not listed as poisonous by the ASPCA's poisonous plants to dogs and cats guide, but it would be best to: 1.) ask your veterinarian to verify. 2.) avoid them anyway if the yard in question isn't yours. Someone might spray pesticide or harmful fertilizers on their yard.
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Of course they can! It is green, or at least the stem is, so it's actually pretty good for them. ^-^
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Answer Dandelion has been traditionally used for general detox and has always had a special reputation for cleansing the liver. Today practically all herbal formulations for the liver include dandelion root as a major ingredient.
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Colonists brought the herb to North America true, but not only as a source of food but also for its medical benefits. HORSEISLE REAL-TIME QUIZ ANSWER~ True (Courtesy of ScarletChick of Roan)
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no, no they don't. Ladybugs like to eat leaves not flowers! ( as thats what i think) ......
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Dandelion: - Dandelions look like flowers, but they are in fact weeds. They can grow very tall and the top of them looks like a big yellow flower. Most of the animals that eat them just eat the dandelion leaf and not the flower because the flower can be harmful and the stalk of the plant can be harm…
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Most of the dandelion plants grow in places that we will mow every two weeks or so, but only after the dandelions have gone to seed. We want to keep dandelions around the garden because we value the pollinators that they attract.The bees need the dandelions as an early source of nectar and pollen, b…
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Yes, they are very clever as they have an affinity to grow where the soil is calcium deficient
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Taraxacum
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Dandelions grow their leaves close to the ground to avoid animals biting them off. They have a bitter taste so animals are less likely to eat them.
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In case you didn't already know, a dandelion is a plant...plants don't eat...
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The species of Taraxacum are tap-rooted biennial or perennial herbaceous plants, native to temperate areas of the Old World. The leaves are 5-25 cm long or longer, simple and basal, entire or lobed, forming a rosette above the central taproot. The flower heads are yellow to orange colored, and are …
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because there is not enough space in the woods to spread . also there is not much open spare space area.
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Dandelions are very interesting specimens, because all insects seem to just miss the vibrant yellow that the flower gives off. The flower is pollinated in a very different way.It pollinates itself.If you look closely at dandelions, you can see that the dandelions are actually lots of little flowers …
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My father used to eat dandelion greens. He also used to make dandelion wine, with mixed results.
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Dandelion - Taraxacum officinale - The much misunderstood dandelion is a wonderful plant with many uses. Among which are: spring greens, blood tonic, wine, & a coffee substitute.
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They easily adapt to the sun and rain - even though the rain knocks off all of the little dandies on them, it still helps the plant survive- long enough to produce more dandies! :)hope this helps...
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Answer I think dandelion tea is a very relaxing and soothing type of tea. I would definitely check to make sure that it does not have any caffeine in it so you do not stay up all night. It is most commonly known for it's healing properties. Often times for tea instead of the leaves people will us…
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caterpillars usually eat small leaves such as grass. sometimes caterpillars could eat dandelions.
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yes
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The dandelion is a plant so it is part of kingdom plantae.
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TaraxacumTaraxacum officinale made by DR.MICHELE M.
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Yes,the small yellow white seeds can be blown away by a gust of wind over a large area so that the young do not compete with the adult for oxygen,warmth,sunlight and nutrients...welcome
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It's leaves make food from sunlight that shines on it
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Daniel and a lion yumyum
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yes dandelions grow in the wild everywhere
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My hamster eats them & it has done it no harm at all, as long as you wash them first your hamster should be fine , Also can you tell me how to ask questions, i don't know how to, thank you I hope this helps youBecause hamsters are so little it is not right to give them dandelion greens.
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Dandelion Fluff is pretty common and you can find it almost everywhere. Try Cottonpuff Feilds (Where Tinkerbell lives) to find some quickly or Springtime Orchard, Dewdrop Vale, Neverberry Thicket, Acorn Summit, Maple Tree Hill & Pumpkin Patch. You can also get dandelion fluffs by playing Fairy …
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trade it in for things in stores (pixiehollow stores not real ones!)trade it in for things in stores (pixiehollow stores not real ones!) and use it for baking or tailoring
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can dandelions reproduce? Dandelions reproduce asexually (that is without fertilization). They can reproduce by cloning themselves.
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Dandelions have long taproots.
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It was founded in New England 1672. From then on it was introduced into other countries.
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crab grass and dandelions grow much taller then moss and lichens therefore they get a lot more sun.
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The seed bearing part of the plant is distributed by wind currents
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Dandelions have many adaptations because it is a weed. It is able to grow very quickly and spread quickly.
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No, a dandelion is seed dispersal by the wind because when you blow them they just fly around x
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it depends on your point of view. if they're invading your garden/lawn, you probably think they're bad. If you want them to grow, you think they're good.
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Dandelions need light to grow just like almost any other plant.
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Kids probably think that dandelions are magic because they get to blow the seed, that is connected to the parachute, and the seeds fly around because of the wind and their breaths. Also, the white puffy looking dandelion, after the yellow flower is gone, looks like a wand, so that is probably why ki…
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Milkthistle & Dandelion
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Mostly by wind. In the city alot of them get dispersed by lawn mowers. AND SOME THE BIRDS
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No, plants don't have circulatory systems as we do. Advanced plants such as dandelions do have a vascular system: xylem to carry water up from the roots and phloem to carry sugars down from the leaves, but there is no pump like our heart.
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It helps them stay in the ground and allows them to grow back again and again.
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The dandelions produce seeds which it spreads making more seeds Answer. Dandelions produce flowers that then produce seeds commonly called dandelion clocks as children pick them and blow the seed off.
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the dandelion seed is dispersed when wind pass they take the dandelion with them
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It pollinates itself
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A dandelion needs water and nutrients to survive.
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Dandelions are at first a very bright yellow colour, and very soft - feeling. Then eventually, when it is time to die and let its seeds go, it turns a cotton colour and rather bristly if touched. then that is when people pick them and blow them away!
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Anthophyta (also known as angiosperms or flowering plants).
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too fast...
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The plants are very sensitive to weather changes, and if you see them closing during the day, you can bet that rain is in the forecast. Dandelions are also bee magnets, so let a few escape the mower if you are into natural or habitat-type gardening.
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no, it is not a weed. it is sth else.
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Because the white, fluffy part are the seeds, and the seeds get carried by the wind. But, they need bugs to pollinate them, so they have the flower, so that the bugs are attracted to it, and they pollinate the flowers.
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Dandelions, as we all know, grow like weeds. They do not care much about ideal soil conditions, but do prefer full sunlight. They have a long taproot and can regenerate foliage even if cut completely off at the ground. In more temperate areas, they bloom almost continuously, and in the colder region…
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The catcher in the rye is arguably the best book ever written.
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The seed heads are dustributed by the wind
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beloved
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Some are: the petals, stalks, stigma, and the pollen.
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Yes, dandelion have pollens.
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it disperses ist seed when blown
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In Feilds
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There are actually several species of dandelion. They are in the genus Taraxacum. The most common dandelion is Taraxacum officinale.
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all plants make their own food through photosynthesis
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Rabbits, bears, turtles, guinea pigs, many kinds of insects, and humans eat them.
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No they're a weed
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Dandelion seeds grow dandelions and apple seeds grow apples.
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Yes, and they love them: they will eat the stem and flower and leaves; dandelions even support urinary tract health!Make sure your rabbit doesn't consume any pesticides, pollution, or other poisons; or any parasites left on the plants by another animal. Wash all greens carefully in vegetable soap (t…
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is your lawn properly irrigated? fertilized? does it get enough sun? maybe too much? if so look for replacement varieties are there pine trees near by? grass hated pine needles you can buy grass seeds to thicken and fill in the dead patches spray a broadleaf weedkiller such as "tomahok" to kill al…
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Dandelion seeds are normally dispersed by explosion
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Teh grounds!@!@
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That depends on the amount and intensity of the wind in your area. If you live in a place with no wind, expect to see the seeds just falling to the ground. However, in a hurricane you may find seeds miles away.
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Do dandelions like offspring?? Well Dandelions don't exactly like or dislike. But offspring is necessary for the survival of their species so I'm going to say yes.
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So that they can attract bugs to pollinate them.
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First of all, make sure your crop has not been treated with any herbicides. If not, then just twist the leaves off above ground level, wash carefully and use just as any other greens. Reduce the acid in any dressing, since the dandelion leaves are quite tart and peppery themselves.
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Yes Dandelions are flowers
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